Table of contents for Killing the Indian maiden : images of Native American women in film / M. Elise Marubbio.

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List of Illustrations 
Introduction: Emergence of the Celluloid Maiden 
Section One: The Celluloid Princess 
Chapter One: Death, Gratitude, and the Squaw Man¿s Wife: The Celluloid Princess from 1908 to 1931 
Chapter Two: White-Painted Lady: The 1950s Celluloid Princess 
Section Two: The Sexualized Maiden 
Chapter Three: What Lies Beneath the Surface: The Sexualized Maiden of the 1940s 
Chapter Four: The Only Good Indian Is a Dead Indian: The Sexualized Maiden of the 1950s and 1960s 
Section Three: The Hybrid Celluloid Maiden 
Chapter Five: Free Love and Violence: ¿Going Native¿ with the Celluloid Maiden in the 1970s 
Chapter Six: Ghosts and Vanishing Indian Women: Death of the Celluloid Maiden in the 1990s 
Conclusion: Into the Twenty-first Century 
Works Cited 

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Indian women in motion pictures.