xii, 354 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Rethinking modernity and the discourse of development in American Indian history, an introduction / Colleen O'Neill Searching for salvation and sovereignty : Blackfeel oil leasing and the reconstruction of the tribe / Paul C. Rosier Minding their own business : the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Business Committee of the early 1900s / David La Vere Casino roots : the cultural production of twentieth-century Seminole economic development / Jessica R. Cattelino The dawning of a new day? : notes on Indian gaming in southern California / Nicolas G. Rosenthal The devil's in the details : tracing the fingerprints of free trade and its effects on Navajo weavers / Kathy M'Closkey "All we needed was our gardens" : women's work and welfare reform in the reservation economy / Tressa Berman Work and culture in southeastern Alaska : Tlingits and the salmon fisheries / David Arnold Five dollars a week to be a "regular Indians" : shows, exhibitions, and the economics of Indian dancing, 1880-1930 / Clyde Ellis Land, labor, and leadership : the political economy of Hualapai community building, 1910-1940 / Jeffrey P. Shepherd Working for identity : race, ethnicity, and the market economy in northern California, 1875-1936 / William Bauer Local knowledge as traditional ecological knowledge : definition and ownership / C.D. James Paci and Lisa Krebs "Dollar a day and glad to have it" : work relief on the Wind River.
Indian Reservation as memory / Brian Hosmer Tribal capitalism and Native capitalists : multiple pathways of Native economy / Duane Champagne Conclusion / Brian Hosmer and Colleen O'Neill.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.