Our way--a parallel history

an anthology of native history reflection and story
edited by Julie Cajune
Book - 2023

"Indigenous History Is American History Our Way: A Parallel History dispels the myths, stereotypes, and absence of information about American Indian, Native Alaskan, and Native Hawaiian people in the master narrative of US history. For most of American history, stories of the country's Indigenous Peoples were either ignored or told by outsiders. This book corrects these errors, exploring the ways in which Indigenous cultures from every corner of the nation have influenced American society from the past into the present, reminding the reader that they have both shaped the US and continue to play a vital role in its story. Significantly, Our Way: A Parallel History is a collaboration of Native scholars representing more than ten Indigenous nations, sharing their histories and their cultures. Each contributor, either an affiliate of an institution of higher education or a prominent Native leader, provides the reader with an inside account of tribal culture and heritage. The result is a comprehensive resource restoring the histories of Indigenous Peoples and their nations to their rightful place in the story of America." --publisher's website

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Other Authors: Cajune, Julie (Editor), Grinde, Donald A., 1946- (contributor .), Kawagley, A. Oscar (Angayuqaq Oscar), 1934-2011 (contributor .), Wong, Annette Kuuipolani (contributor .), Miller, Robert J. (Professor of law) (contributor .), Lyons, Oren (contributor .), Osorio, Jon Kamakawiwoʻole (contributor .), Ramirez, Renya K., 1959- (contributor .), Crum, Steven J. (Steven James), 1950-2022 (contributor .), Frank, Billy, Jr., 1931-2014 (contributor .), Keawe, Lia O'Neill M. A. (contributor .), Drabek, Alisha S. (contributor .)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Wheat Ridge, Colorado : Fulcrum Publishing, [2023]
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