Table of contents for Lewis and Clark and the Indian country : the Native American perspective / edited by Frederick E. Hoxie and Jay T. Nelson.

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 Introduction: Learning From A Bicentennial Frederick E. Hoxie
 Part One: The Indian Country
 1. An Overview of the Indian Country in 1800
 The Acquisition of the HorseJohn Ewers
 2. A Brilliant Plan for Living: Creators
 Legend of PoiaWalter McClintock
 The Creation of the Nez PercesArchie Phinney
 First Creator and Lone ManMartha Beckwith
 Our Lands and Our HistoryArmand Minthorn
 3. A Brilliant Plan for Living: Gifts
 Red Stick CeremonyAlfred Bowers
 Months of Year and Plants or Animals Expected Each
 MonthHerbert Spinden
 Finding Spirit HelpersPhilip Minthorn
 The Seasonal RoundCecilia Bearchum
 "I Am So Thankful . . ."Lee Bourgeau
 4. A Brilliant Plan for Living: Men and Women
 Hidatsa AgricultureGilbert Wilson
 The Men and the WomenC. C. Uhlenbeck
 My FamilyMarjorie Waheneka
 Families and Clans at Fort BertholdMalcolm Wolf and
 Tillie Walker
 5. A Vast Network of Partners
 "Coyote's Trip to the East," in Aoki, Nez Perce Oral
 Narratives, 478-483.
 Indian Country DiplomacyAlexander Henry
 Nez Perce TradeOtis Half Moon
 Part Two: Crossing the Indian Country
 Major Events in the Lewis and Clark Expedition
 6. What Did the Americans Know?
 Notes on the State of VirginiaThomas Jefferson
 7. Celebrating the New Year and Surviving the Winter with the
 Mandans, January, 1805.
 William Clark Describes New Year's DayGary Moulton, ed.
 John Ordway Describes the New Year's Celebration
 William Clark Describes the Mandan Buffalo Dance
 Exploring the Explorers: Great Plains Peoples and the Lewis
 and Clark ExpeditionJames P. Ronda
 Lewis and Clark with the Mandans and HidatsasCalvin
 Grinnell and Tillie Walker
 8. Trading for Horses and Finding Their Way, August-September,
 William Clark on the SalishGary Moulton, ed.
 John Ordway on Encounter with the SalishGary Moulton,
 9. Rescued By the Nez Perces
 William Clark on Encounter with Nez PercesGary Moulton,
 Wotollen Tells of Red BearLucullus McWhorter
 Aspects of Nez Perce Culture: Language, Territory and Annual
 CycleDeward Walker
 10. New Year's Day, 1806, and the Oregon Winter
 Meriwether Lewis Issues New OrdersGary Moulton, ed.
 Meriwether Lewis on ClatsopsGary Moulton, ed.
 John Ordway on Relations With the Clatsops
 11. Friends and Trading Partners on the Upper Columbia
 William Clark on Meeting with Walla Wallas and
 UmatillasGary Moulton, ed.
 John Ordway on Umatillas
 The Columbian River Trade NetworkTheodore Stern
 12. A Violent Encounter With the Blackfeet
 Meriwether Lewis Describes a Violent Encounter with the
 A Blackfeet Version of their Encounter with the
 AmericansOlin Wheeler
 Part Three: A New Nation Comes to Indian Country
 13. Two Views of Western North America
 "A Cartographic View of the West, 1844," Detail (or details)
 from "Carte de la Cote de l'Amerique," in Eugene Duflot
 de Mofras, Exploration du Territoire de l'Oregon, des
 Californies et de la mer Vermeille, Atlas.
 "The United States; 1884," in Dollar Atlas of the United
 States and Canada. (Chicago: Rand McNally & Co., 1884).
 14. The Fur Trade
 The State of the Fur TradeJoshua Pilcher
 An Overview of the Western Fur TradeDavid J. Wishart, 
 <MISSING:>Interview: Alex Bourdeaux, "Early Fur Trade in
 15. New Settlers
 <MISSING:>Joel Palmer, Journal of Travels over the Rocky
 Mountains: to the Mouth of the Columbia River . . .
 American Attitudes Towards TreatiesIsaac Ingalls Stevens
 A Modern Indian Leader Reflects on the Treaty of
 1855Marjorie Waheneka
 16. Miners
 "Map of Nez Perce Gold Mines,"
 Nez Perce Views of the LandSue Whalen
 A Nez Perce Historian On The Impact of Miners on His
 TribeOtis Half Moon
 17. Ranchers
 Cattle for IndiansJohn M. Thayer
 Indian RancehrsCarolyn Gilman
 18. Missionaries and Teachers
 Schools as Places of Discipline and InstructionOffice of
 Indian Affairs
 The Indian Office and Blackfeet "Progress"Charles H.
 A Blackfeet Educator Discusses the Importance of Learning
 the Blackfeet LanguageDarrell Kipp
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 Part Four: The Indian Country Today
 19. Salmon Restoration
 The Boldt Decision Recognizes A Treaty Right to Fish
 The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Describes
 Its Campaign to Restore Salmon to the Columbia River
 Marjorie Waheneka Describes the Role of Salmon in Her Family
 and TribeMarjorie Waheneka
 20. Environmental Protection
 Indian Commissioner Collier on the Wheeler Howard Act, 1934
 A Modern Tribe Struggles to Protect the Environment
 21. Language Preservation
 Why Teach an Ancient Language?Darrell R. Kipp
 Honoring Native Languages, Defeating the ShameMarjane
 Founding a Blackfeet School Immersion SchoolDarrell
 Robes Kipp
 22. Education and Cultural Preservation
 A Profile of a Tribally Chartered CollegeDorreen Yellow
 Tribal Museums Join the Task of Preserving Community
 TraditionsCarolyn Casey
 Growing UpTwyla Baker
 Chief CoyoteVeronica Serdahl
 "Who Am I?"Roger D. White Owl
 23. The Meaning of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial for Native
 Five Native American Educators Reflect on the Lewis and
 Clark Expedition and Its Aftermath
 Conclusion: Lewis and Clark Reconsidered: Some Sober Second
 ThoughtsJames P. Ronda

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) -- Exhibitions.
Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) -- Influence -- Exhibitions.
Lewis, Meriwether, 1774-1809 -- Relations with Indians -- Exhibitions.
Clark, William, 1770-1838 -- Relations with Indians -- Exhibitions.
Culture conflict -- West (U.S.) -- History -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.
West (U.S.) -- Race relations -- History -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.
Indians of North America -- West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.
Indians of North America -- West (U.S.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.
West (U.S.) -- Description and travel -- Exhibitions.
United States -- Territorial expansion -- Exhibitions.