Table of contents for Medicine bags and dog tags : American Indian veterans from colonial times to the second Iraq War / Al Carroll.

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Acknowledgments
Introduction: Saint Francis the Soldier
1. "Let's See Some of That Apache Know-How": Depictions of Native Veterans in Fiction
2. "They Kill Indians Mostly, Don't They?": Rogers' Rangers and the Adoption of Indian Tactics
3. Before a Native Veteran Tradition Can Begin: The Case of Mexico
4. Thunderbird Warriors, Injuneers, and the usns Red Cloud: Native and Pseudo-Indian Images and Names in the Military
5. The Super Scout Image: Using a Stereotype to Help Native Traditions Revive
6. "Savages Again": World War II
7. The Half-Hidden Spirit Guide Totemic Mark: Korea
8. An American Ka in Indian Country: Vietnam
9. Bringing the War Home: The American Indian Movement, Wounded Knee II, Counterinsurgency, and a New Direction for Warrior Societies
10. "Fighting Terrorism since 1492": The Gulf War, the War in Afghanistan, and the Second Iraq War
11. "A Woman Warrior, Just Like Lozen": The Meaning of the Life of Lori Piestewa to Natives and Non-Natives
Conclusion: Is It Time for Native Veteran Traditions to End?
Appendix of Tables
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States -- Armed Forces -- Indian troops -- History.
Indian veterans.
Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Indians of North America -- History.