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The Vanishing Indian: Removal, Relocation, Reservations and Representation in the 19th century Resources and Links

Theme: The Peopling of America: Migration and Immigration
Topic: “The Vanishing Indian”: Removal, Relocation. Reservations and Representation in the 19th Century
Date: January 2005

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Makepeace, Anne. Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians. VHS video, co produced by Anne Makepeace and Thirteen/WNE for American Masters, 2000. Available from Bullfrog Films.

Educational film. Tells story of Curtis’ life and his changing views of the people he set out to document. Includes voices of and discussions with the descendents of many Curtis subjects who are now using the photographs for cultural preservation. These people discuss the meaning of Curtis’ images to Native people and Americans today.

 

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