The changing Indian, edited by Oliver La Farge, from a symposium arranged by the American Association on Indian Affairs, inc.

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Other Authors American Association on Indian Affairs.
Subjects Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Indians of North America.
Description 184 p. plates. 24 cm.
Notes A note on the function of Christianity among Indians, by D. W. Clark.--New concepts in Indian affairs, by Oliver La Farge.--Reading list on Indian affairs, prepared by John Addair (p. 177-180)
Contents Introduction, by John Collier.--Observations on the trend of Indian population in the United States, by Frank Lorimer.--The mixed-blood Indian, by H. L. Shapiro.--Indian health, past, present, and future, by J. G. Townsend.--Land tenure in aboriginal America, by R. M. Linton.--Cultural factors in land use planning, by J. H. Provinse.--Land problems of an expanding Indian population, by A. G. Harper.--Indian education in Mexico, by D. F. R. de la Borbolla.--The use of native languages and cultures in Indian education, by E. A. Kennard.--Indian education in relation to the social and economic background of the reservation, by Gordon Macgregor.--Training Indians for the best use of their own resources, by W. W. Beatty.--Preparation of Indians for leadership, by W. W. Beatty.--Indian arts and crafts and their place in the modern world, by ReneĢ d'Harnoncourt.--Indian religion in the modern world, by W. D. Strong.--
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