Acknowledgments ; Introduction ; Ch 1 In the Pacific Northwest ; Ch 2 The California Scene ; Ch 3 Alcatraz ; Ch 4 Back to the Land ; Ch 5 From Coast to Coast ; Ch 6 On to Wounded Knee ; Epilogue ; Notes ; Bibliography ; Index
Sherry L. Smith is University Distinguished Professor of History and Associate Director of the Clements Center for Southwest Studies at Southern Methodist University. She is the author of Reimagining Indians: Native Americans through Anglo Eyes, 1880-1940, The View from Officers' Row: Army Perceptions of Western Indians, and Sagebrush Soldier: William Earl Smith's View of the Sioux War of 1876.
Smith's book is itself a model of cross-racial negotiation ... She sifts a vast archive of government records, press coverage, and interviews, judiciously tracing the false starts and the achievements of co-operation. * Christine Bold, Times Literary Supplement * A convincing, concise, and readable introduction to a topic with which many readers may be unfamiliar. * R.A. Standish, CHOICE *