Native American and Cultural Identity Bibliography



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Native American and Cultural Identity - Bibliography

If you are interested in learning more about Native American identity (or more specifically Akwesasne Mohawk identity and history), there are a number of sources to consult. Below is a listing of items easily available in FIU Libraries.

Alvarez, C M. and S. E. Fernandez. (2000). Ethnic identity understanding contemporary perspectives. MA: Prentice Hall.

Agbo, S. A. (2001). Enhancing success in American Indian students: participatory research at Akwesasne as part of the development of a culturally relevant curriculum. Journal of American Indian Education, 40(1), 31-56. Retrieved November 15, 2002 from WilsonSelectPlus/OCLC.

Bataille, G. M. and K. M. Sands. (1984). American Indian women telling their lives.

NE: University of Nebraska Press.

Begay, J. (2002, August 29). Native New Yorkers (the original kind) American Indians of many tribes work to preserve identity in city. New York Times, Sec. B pg 1.

Berner, R. L. (2000) Iroquois influence: a response to Bruce E. Johansen’s “notes from the culture wars”. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 24(2) 111-116.

Retrieved November 19, 2002 from WilsonSelectPlus/OCLC.
Bonaparte, D. The history of Akwesasne from pre-contact to modern times. Wampum

Chronicles. Retrieved November 27, 2002 from

http://www.wampumchronicles.com/history.html

Bonaparte, D. A line on a map: a Mohawk perspective on the international border at

Akwesasne. Wampum Chronicles. Retrieved November 20, 2002 from

http://www.wampumchronicles.com/bordercorssing.html
Bonaparte, D. (2002). The place where they make the fire a proposed model of

governance for Akwesasne. Wampum Chronicles. Retrieved November 27, 2002 from http://www.wampumchronicles.com/councilhouse.html

Bray, T. L. (Ed.). (2001). The future of the past archaeologists, Native Americans,

and repatriation. NY: Garland Publishing.
Canfield, W. W. (1971). The legends of the Iroquois told by “the Cornplanter”. NY: Ira

J. Friedman, Inc.


Champagne, D. (Ed.). (1994). The Native North American Almanac. MI: Gale

Research, Inc.


Champagne, D (2002, January/February). Native games: alive but transformed in

contemporary sport. Native Peoples, 15(2). Retrieved November 19, 2002 from

WilsonSelectPlus/OCLC.
Crawford, N. C. (1994, Summer). A security regime among democracies: cooperation

among Iroquois Nations. International Organization, 48 (3) 345-385. Retrieved

November 19, 2002 from JSTOR.
Cornell, S. E. (1988). The return of the Native: American Indian political resurgence.

NY: Oxford University Press.


Deloria, V. Jr. (1981, March). Native Americans: the American Indian today. The annals

of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 454, 139-149.
Deloria, V. Jr. (Ed.). (1985). American Indian policy in the twentieth century. OK:

University of Oklahoma Press.


Deloria, V. Jr. (1992). American Indians. In Buenker, J. D. and L.A. Ratner. (Eds.).

Multiculturalism in the United States: a comparative guide to acculturation and

ethnicity. (pp. 31-52). NY: Greenwood Press.
Dickson-Gilmore, E. J. (1992, July/October). Finding the ways of the ancestors: cultural

change and the invention of tradition in the development of separate legal

systems. Canadian Journal of Criminology, 479-502.
Diversity in Aboriginal America. (1996). In Parrillo, V.N. Diversity in America. (pp.17-

34). Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.


Eschbach, K. (1993). “Changing identification among American Indians and Alaska

Natives.” Demography, 30(4): 635-652.


Fadden, J. (2002, August 8). Divisiveness at Akwesasne: legacy of 19th century

colonialism. Retrieved November 20, 2002 from

http://www.peacetree.com/akwesasne/division.htm
Fine, J. C. (2002, March/April). Renewing spiritual and community ties in the land of

Mohawk. Native Peoples, 15(3) 36-7. Retrieved November 19, 2002 from

OCLC/FirstSearch.
Garte, E. (1981, October). Where the partridge drums. Journal of American Indian

Education. 21(1) Retrieved November 27, 2002 from

http://jaie.asu.edu/v21/V21S1whe.html
George-Kanentiio, D. (1995, December 31). Iroquois population in 1995. Akwesasne

Notes, 1:3/4. Retrieved November 19, 2002 from ProQuest.
Goodman-Draper, J. (1994, January). The development of underdevelopment at

Akwesasne: cultural and economic subversion. The American Journal of



Economics and Sociology, 53(1). Retrieved November 27, 2002 from Expanded

Academic/ASAP.


Green, D.E. (1999). Native Americans. In Dworkin, A.G. and R. J. Dworkin (Ed.). The

minority report an introduction to racial, ethnic, and gender relations. (pp. 255-277). NY: Harcourt Brace College Publishers.
Handbook of North American Indians. (1978). Washington: Smithsonian Institution.
Hauptman, L. M. (1986). The Iroquois struggle for survival World War II to red power.

Syracuse NY: Syracuse University Press.


Hirschfelder, A. (1999). American Indian stereotypes in the world of children. MD:

Scarecrow Press.


Hirschman, C., R. Alba, and R. Reynolds. (2000, August). The meaning and

measurement of race in the U.S. census: glimpses into the future. Demography

37(2) 381-93. Retrieved November 20, 2002 from WilsonSelectPlus/OCLC.
Iroquois Confederacy. (1996). In Frederick E. Hoxie (Ed.), Encyclopedia of North

American Indians (pp. 300-302). New York: Houghton Mifflin Company.
Iroquois Constitution. Essential Documents in American History, Essential Documents,

1492-present. Retrieved November 15, 2002 from Academic Search Premier.


Jennins, F., W. N. Fenton, M. A. Druke, and D. R. Miller (Eds.). (1985). The history and

culture of Iroquois diplomacy. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.
Johansen, B. E. (1999). Notes from the “culture wars”: more annotations on the debate

regarding the Iroquois and the origins of democracy. American Indian Culture



and Research Journal, 23(1) 165-75. Retrieved November 19, 2002 from WilsonSelectPlus/OCLC.
John, R. (1998). Native American families. In Mindel, C.H., R.W. Habenstein, and R.

Wright, Jr. Ethnic families in America patterns and variations. (pp. 382-421). NJ:

Prentice Hall.
Kanatiiosh. (2001, August). The Longhouse. Retrieved November 20, 2002 from

http://www.peace4turtleisland.org/pages/longhouse.htm
Karoniaktatie, A. J. (1995, December 31). The angry Indian comic howls at the moon.

Akwesasne Notes, 1 (3,4) 7. Retrieved November 19, 2002 from ProQuest.
Kawamoto, W. T. & T.c. Cheshire. (1997). American Indian Families. In DeGenova,

M.K. (ed.). Families in cultural context: strengths and challenges in diversity.

(pp. 15-34). CA: Mayfield Publishing Company.
Klein, B. T. (1995). Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian. 7th edition. West

Nyack, NY: Todd Publications.


LaFromboise, T. D., A. M. Heyle, and Em. J. Ozer. (1990). Changing and diverse roles of

women in American Indian cultures. Sex Roles, 22 (7,8) 455-476.


LeDuff, C. (2002, March 16). A Mohawk trail to the skyline. New York Times,

150(51694) p. B1. Retrieved November 19, 2002 from EBSCOhost.


Linton, R. (Ed.). (1963). Acculturation in seven American Indian tribes. Gloucester,

MA: Peter Smith.



Lyons, O. (1997, Spring). Guh-jee-gwah-ai—lacrosse: a gift from the creator to the

Iroquois and the world. Native Peoples, 10 26-32. Retrieved from November 19,

2002 from WilsonSelectPlus/OCLC.

Mann, B. A. (1997, Summer). The lynx in time: Haudenosaunee women’s traditions and

history. The American Indian Quarterly, 21(3) 423-49. Retrieved November 19,

2002 from WilsonSelectPlus/OCLC.

Mead, M. (1969). The changing culture of an Indian tribe. NY: AMS Press.


Mohawk. (1996). In Frederick E. Hoxie (Ed.), Encyclopedia of North American Indians

(pp. 390-391). New York: Houghton Mifflin Company.


Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs. Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs. Retrieved

November 20, 2002 from http://www.slic.com/mohawkna/mncc.htm


Mohawk Nation of Akwesasne. The Creator’s game. Retrieved November 20, 2002 from

http://www.peacetree.com/akwesasne/lacr.htm
Nagel, J. (1994, February). Constructing Ethnicity: creating and recreating ethnic

identity and culture. Social Problems, 41(1), 152-176.


Nagel, J. (1995, December). American Indian ethnic renewal and the resurgence of

identity. American Sociological Review, 60, 947-965. Retrieved November 25,

2002 from JSTOR.
Nagel, J. (1996). American Indian ethnic renewal Red Power and the resurgence of

identity and culture. NY: Oxford University Press.
Parke, R. D. and R. Buriel (2002). Socialization concerns in African American, American

Indian, Asian American, and Latino families. In Benokraits, N.V. Contemporary



ethnic families in the United States. NJ: Prentice Hall.
Pomedli, M. M. (1995, Summer). Eighteenth-century treaties: amended Iroquois

condolence rituals. American Indian Quarterly, 19(2). Retrieved November 15,

2002 from EBSCOhost.
Santiago-Rivera, A.L., G. S. Morse, and A. Hunt. (1998). Building a community-based

research partnership: lessons from the Mohawk nation of Akwesasne. Journal of



Community Psychology, 26(2), 163-174.
Short account of the Mohawk Indians (A). Essential Documents in American History,

Essential Documents, 1492-present. Retrieved November 15, 2002 from

EBSCOhost.
Smyth, H. (2000, Spring). The Mohawk Warrior: reappropriating the colonial stereotype.

Topia 3. Retrieved November 15, 2002 from Academic Search Premier.
Snipp, C. M. (1997, October). Some observations about racial boundaries and the

experiences of American Indians. Ethnic and Racial Studies 20(4) 668-689.


Szabo, Z. E. (Mohawk Nation of Akwesasne). The origins of the Peacetree. Retrieved

November 20, 2002 from http://www.peacetree.com/akwesasne/origin.htm


Tooker, E. (Ed.). (1979). Iroquois Ceremonials. In Native North American spirituality of

the Eastern Woodlands. NY: Paulist Press.
Townsend-Gault, C. (1992, Fall). Ritualizing ritual’s rituals. Art Journal 51(3). Retrieved

November 15, 2002 from EBSCOhost.


Trimble, J.E. and B. Medicine. (1993). Diversification of American Indians forming an

indigenous perspective. In Kim, U. and J. W. Berry (Ed.). Indigenous



psychologies research experience in cultural context. (pp. 133-151). Newbury

Park, CA: Sage Publications.


United States Census (2000). Retrieved November 26, 2002 from http://www.census.gov
Wax, Murray L. (1971). Indian Americans unity and diversity. New Jersey: Prentice-

Hall.
Wells, Robert N. (1994). Mohawk. In M.B. Davis (Ed.), Native America in the twentieth


century: an encyclopedia. (pp.353-354). NY: Garland Publishing.




Wilson, E. (1978). Apologies to the Iroquois with a study of the Mohawks in high steel by


Joseph Mitchell. NY: Octagon Books.
Working with Native American clients: an interview with Jack Lawson. (1999). In

Cultural diversity a primer for the human services. (pp. 159-173). Boston:

Wadsworth Publishing Company.


Wunderlich, M. (2002, January 4). Akwesasne history and culture. Retrieved November 20, 2002, from http://www.oswego.edu/erc.booklet.html


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