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Mixed-bloods and tribal dissolution

Charles Curtis and the quest for Indian identity

by William E Unrau

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Published by University Press of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Curtis, Charles Brent, 1860-1936.,
    • Kansa Indians -- Biography.,
    • Kansa Indians -- Mixed descent.,
    • Kansa Indians -- Cultural assimilation.,
    • Legislators -- United States -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWilliam E. Unrau.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.K2 C878 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 242 p. :
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2209380M
      ISBN 100700603956
      LC Control Number89031799

      Throughout the Progressive Era (–s), there was continuing pressure for assimilation of the Eastern Cherokees into mainstream white society through education at boarding schools, conversion to Christianity through missionary efforts, and attempts at land division and dissolution of the tribal government.   Historians have often portrayed American Indian populations as relatively homogeneous. Notorious in this regard is the genre of formulaic tribal histories, in which individuals or subgroups are scarcely seen and amorphous tribes merely react to U.S. policy directives and agents’ actions (Clifton ; Iverson ).Cited by: 7.


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[William E Unrau]. Author(s): Thorne, Tanis C; Unrau, William E. When and why people misestimate future Mixed-bloods and tribal dissolution book Identifying strengths and weaknesses in affective by: Charles Curtis, a one-eighth Kansa mixedblood, was elected vice president of the United States inthe highest station attained by a person of Indian ancestry.

Earlier, while serving as a Kansas congressman at the tum of the century, Curtis was instrumental in many government actions that are now generally considered to be some of the worst abuses of Indians and their Author: Larry Burt.

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Choctaw Mixed Bloods and the Advent of Removal, was a dissertation written by Samuel James Wells 1 for his Master Degree in Arts. Most studies of Indian-white relations in the Old Southwest either condemn federal and state policies as expansionist and racist or defend those policies as necessary and proper.

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The documented family genealogy of Emeline Jane Brashears Smith, mentioned elsewhere, demonstrates the genealogical path of these mixed bloods. At the beginning of the twentieth century many southerners reacted to the re-opening of Indian rolls, spurred by the Dawes Commission and other bodies seeking to identify “Indians,” with claims for.

Unrau, William E. Mixed-Bloods and Tribal Dissolution: Charles Curtis and the Quest for Indian Identity. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, The role of Curtis, an aggressive mixed blood, on national Indian policy.

_____. "Charles Curtis: The Politics of Allotment." In L. Moses and Raymond Wilson. American National Biography; Dictionary of American Biography; Unrau, William E.

Mixed Bloods and Tribal Dissolution: Charles Curtis and the Quest for Indian Identity. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, ; Schlup, Leonard. “Charles Curtis: The Vice-President from Kansas.“ Manuscripts 35 (Summer ): Published by the University Press of Kansas, his book, The Rise and Fall of Indian Country,follows such earlier works as Mixed-Bloods and Tribal Dissolution () and White Man’s Wicked Water: The Alcohol Trade and Prohibition in Indian Country ().

Unrau explains that the concept of “Indian Country” was set by Congress in. Home > Store > Books > American Indian Sign In or Register | View Cart | Checkout Books - American Indian. Reviews Peavy and Smith, The Gold Rush Widows of Little Falls, reviewed by Sandra Schackel | Smith, ed., Survival on a Westward Trek, reviewed by Ken Coates | Lingenfelter and Dwyer, eds., Death Valley Lore, reviewed by Patricia Nelson Limerick | Houlihan and Trenton, Native Americans, reviewed by Peter Iverson | Unrau, Mixed Bloods and Tribal Dissolution.

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Mixed-Bloods and Tribal Dissolution: Charles Curtis and the Quest for Indian Identity. University Press of Kansas. University Press of Kansas. ISBN The Kaw Nation (or Kanza or Kansa) are a federally recognized Native American tribe in Oklahoma and parts of come from the central Midwestern United tribe known as Kaw have also been known as the "People of the South wind", "People of water", Kansa, Kaza, Konza, Conza, Quans, Kosa, and tribal language is Kansa, Missing: tribal dissolution.

Question: What is a "blood quantum," and why do American Indians argue about it so much. Well, the way the government defines whether someone is a "real" Indian or not is they measure their blood.

They have some arcane way of doing this by dividing the number of generations since all your ancestors were pure-blood by the number of marriages with people who aren't pure. Yesterday, Janu was the birthday of Charles Brent Curtis, first Native American congressional representative, senator, and the first and only Native American Vice in in Kansas to a Kanza mother and a European American father, he was a registered member of the Kaw Nation and was also part Osage and Potawatomi.

He spent part of his .As quoted by William E. Unrau, Mixed-Bloods and Tribal Dissolution, Charles Curtis and the Quest for Indian Identity,University of Kansas Press, page 2.

[vi]. The Cherokee removal legislation, which generated revenue from the sale of "public domain" Cherokee land, was attached to the legislation authorizing the Louisiana Purchase.The Una Nation, Eugene, Oregon. likes. The Una (pronounced 'oo-nuh') Nation of Mixed-Bloods, is a Native American Mixed-Blood tribal Nation.

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