American Indian urbanization. Edited by Jack O. Waddell [and] O. Michael Watson.

; Watson, O. Michael
[Lafayette, Ind. Institute for the Study of Social Change, Purdue University [1973] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
E98.S67 W12 A6 Off-site
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E98.S67 W32 Available Request
Other Authors Watson, O. Michael.
Subjects Indians of North America -- Urban residence.
Series Purdue University. Institute for the Study of Social Change. Institute monograph series, no. 4.
Description vi, 139 l. 28 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Officer, J. E. Federal policy and the urban Indian.--Nagata, S. Urbanization in a reservation community: the Hopi Indians of Moenkopi.--Stucki, L. R. Who controls the Indians? Social manipulation in an ethnic enclave.--Paredes, J. A. Interaction and adaptation among small city Chippewa.--Garbarino, M. S. The Chicago American Indian Center: two decades.--Krutz, G. V. Compartmentalization as a factor in urban adjustment: the Kiowa case.--Snyder, P. Z. Kinship, friendship and enclave: the problem of American Indian urbanization.--Krutz, G. V. Transplanting and revitalizing of Indian cultures in the city.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00790858
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