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written by Mary Berkery, fl. 2011 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2018), -1 page(s)
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written by Susan M. Hartmann, fl. 2006 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2018), -1 page(s)
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Ardina Revard Moore of the Quapaw
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written by Rowena McClinton, 1940- (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 14 page(s)
Quapaw Elder Ardina Revard Moore (the narrator of the accompanying video documentary, “Quapaw Culture”) lives up to her Quapaw name, "Ma-shru-Ghi-Ta" – “Eagle Feather that Gets Up." Profoundly influenced by her grandfather, Victor Griffin (1873-1958), who was the last chief of the Quapaw Tribe (1929-1956...
written by Rowena McClinton, 1940- (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 14 page(s)
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La Citoyenne in the World: Hubertine Auclert and Feminist Imperialism
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written by Carolyn Eichner, fl. 2004 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 22 page(s)
written by Carolyn Eichner, fl. 2004 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 22 page(s)
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written by Gregory Fields, fl. 2016 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 29 page(s)
This essay provides an overview of the two Pauline Hillaire videos that are part of the Lummi Coast Salish cluster in Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires Since 1820. The essay comments on material in the videos, in connection with material in Pauline’s two related books: Rights Remembered and A Totem P...
written by Gregory Fields, fl. 2016 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 29 page(s)
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The Quapaw Tribe
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directed by Christon Seymour, fl. 2017; produced by Quapaw Tribe. Quapaw Tribal Cultural Committee (2017), 1 hour 14 mins
This cluster offers a documentary video interpreting the History and Culture of the Quapaw people, which was sponsored by the Cultural Quapaw Tribal Committee, of which Elder Ardina Revard Moore is Chairperson. In the video Ardina Moore portrays the history and culture of the Quapaw people, highlighting, for exam...
directed by Christon Seymour, fl. 2017; produced by Quapaw Tribe. Quapaw Tribal Cultural Committee (2017), 1 hour 14 mins
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Settler Society in North America: Women's National Indian Association, 1880-1940
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written by Cathleen Cahill, fl. 2016 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 19 page(s)
In the post-Civil War United States the Women’s National Indian Association or WNIA was the largest women’s Indian reform association and a major force in shaping federal Indian policy. In existence from 1879 to 1951, the WNIA spanned an important era in women’s political activism. The organization changed s...
written by Cathleen Cahill, fl. 2016 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 19 page(s)
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Women and the Anti-Apartheid Movement
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written by Teresa Barnes (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 15 page(s)
In preserving the voices and perspectives of a diverse set of women activists from a crucial moment in South African history, this cluster is an example of the best of feminist women’s history. It is like a kind of time capsule, useful for anyone who would like to get a bitter but bracing taste of the determinat...
written by Teresa Barnes (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017), 15 page(s)
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A Century of Coast Salish History at Lummi
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produced by Gregory Fields, fl. 2016 (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2016), 51 mins
The video, “A Century of Coast Salish History,” is a digital complement to the published book, Rights Remembered: A Salish Grandmother Speaks on American Indian History and the Future (University of Nebraska Press, 2016). Material in the video alternates between an interview with Pauline Hillaire, videographed...
produced by Gregory Fields, fl. 2016 (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2016), 51 mins
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Faith, Family, and Community: Lumbee Women in the Elmer W. Hunt Collection
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written by Jaime Martinez, fl. 2008 and Rose Stremlau, fl. 2006 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2016), 21 page(s)
Little scholarly literature specifically addresses the history of Lumbee women, but a collection of photographs now available to students and scholars provides insight into their experiences in the late twentieth century. The collection of images we share with you is especially precious and unique.
written by Jaime Martinez, fl. 2008 and Rose Stremlau, fl. 2006 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2016), 21 page(s)
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