E - History: America (General) / U.S. (General) Acquisitions during April 2018
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The Battle of Churubusco : American rebels in the Mexican-American War
Ferraris, Andrea, 1966- author,
Seattle, WA : Fantagraphics, 
"A soldier under fire faces a crisis of conscience in this remarkable work of historical graphic fiction. In 1847, Mexican suburb Churubusco was the stronghold of the San Patricios, a motley battalion of soldiers--even some runaway American slaves--who deserted the United States army for a just, if suicidal, cause. In this graphic novel, Ferraris tells their story through the eyes of Gaetano Rizzo (based on a real soldier). A twenty-two-year-old Sicilian immigrant, he is promised citizenship and a parcel of land if he will fight to take California away from Mexico. Soon, he sees the cruelty he is being ordered to inflict is no different from what he had escaped from"--Back cover.
Baker Berry E406.C5 F4713 2017
Presidents who shaped the American West
Riley, Glenda, 1938- author
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
Thomas Jefferson: Creating the American West -- Andrew Jackson: Encumbering the American West -- James K. Polk: Expanding the American West -- Abraham Lincoln: Developing the American West -- Theodore Roosevelt: Saving the American West -- Franklin D. Roosevelt: Molding Uncle Sam's West -- Dwight D. Eisenhower: Searching for a centrist West -- Lyndon B. Johnson: Forming a new American West -- James E. "Jimmy" Carter Jr.: Dealing with a distant West -- Ronald Reagan: Renewing a conservative West -- Recent presidents and the American West.
Baker Berry E176.1 .G45 2018
The creator's game : lacrosse, identity, and Indigenous nationhood
Downey, Allan, author
Vancouver : University of British Columbia Press, 
Lacrosse has been a central element of Indigenous cultures for centuries, but once non-Indigenous players entered the sport, it became a site of appropriation--then reclamation--of Indigenous identity. The Creator's Game focuses on the history of lacrosse in Indigenous communities from the 1860s to the 1990s, exploring Indigenous-non-Indigenous relations and Indigenous identity formation. While the game was being appropriated in the process of constructing a new identity for the nation-state of Canada, it was also being used by Indigenous peoples to resist residential school experiences, initiate pan-Indigenous political mobilization, and articulate Indigenous sovereignty. This engaging and innovative book provides a unique view of Indigenous self-determination and nationhood in the face of settler-colonialism--back cover.
Baker Berry E98.G2 D69 2018
Unseen : unpublished black history from the New York Times Photo Archives
Eveleigh, Darcy, editor
New York : Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 2017
Hundreds of stunning images from black history have long been buried in the New York Times archives. None of them were published by the Times--until now. Unseen uncovers these never-before published photographs and investigates the stories behind them.
Baker Berry E185.615 .U58 2017
Rhetoric, religion and the civil rights movement, 1954-1965
Davis W. Houck, David E. Dixon, editors
Waco, Tex. : Baylor University Press, ©2006-©2014
The Civil Rights Movement succeeded in large measure because of rhetorical appeals grounded in the Judeo-Christian religion. While movement leaders often used America's founding documents and ideals to depict Jim Crow's contradictory ways, the language and lessons of both the Old and New Testaments were often brought to bear on many civil rights events and issues--from local desegregation to national policy matters. The first volume chronicles how national movement leaders and local activists moved a nation to live up to the biblical ideals it often professed but infrequently practiced. The second volume builds on the first and is a recovery project of enormous proportions. Houck and Dixon have again combed church archives, government documents, university libraries, and private collections in pursuit of the civil rights movement's long-buried eloquence. Their new work presents fifty new speeches and sermons delivered by both famed leaders and little-known civil rights activists on national stages and in quiet shacks. The speeches carry novel insights into the ways in which individuals and communities utilized religious rhetoric to upset the racial status quo in divided America during the civil rights era. Houck and Dixon's work illustrates again how a movement so prominent in historical scholarship still has much to teach us. (Publisher).
Baker Berry E185.61 .R48 2006
Sovereign stories and blood memories : Native American women's autobiography
Portillo, Annette Angela, 1973- author
Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2017
Indigenous Epistemologies: Decolonizing Native American Women's Sovereign Stories And The Embodiment Of Shared Knowledges -- Delfina Cuero And Anticolonial Native American Historiography: Remapping Kumeyaay Presence Through Storytelling And Place Naming -- The Land And The People Are Inseparable : Writing The Oral And Visual In Leslie Marmon Silko's Memoirs Sacred Water And Turquoise Ledge -- The Power Of Story And Resistance: Pretty-shield, Zitkala-sa, And Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins's As-told-to And Self-written Autobiographies -- Indigenizing The Internet Through Cyberactivism, Social Media, And Communo-blographies: The Zapatistas, Idle No More, And Activist-bloggers -- Not For Innocent Ears: Decolonial Pedagogies And Indigenous-centered Storytelling Practices In The Classroom.
Baker Berry E89.5 .P67 2017
American Indian business : principles and practices
edited by Deanna Kennedy ... and five others
Seattle : University of Washington Press, 
A brief history of American Indian business -- Embracing cultural tradition: historic business activity by Native people in the western United States -- American Indian entrepreneurship -- Business strategy: building competitive advantage in American Indian firms -- The business law of the third sovereign: legal aspects of doing business in Indian country -- Legal forms of organization -- Tribal finance and economic development: the fight against economic leakage -- High stakes negotiation: Indian gaming and tribal/state compacts -- American Indian leadership practices -- Business ethics and Native American values -- Coyote learns to manage a health program -- A Native American values infused approach to human resources -- Service management for Native American customers -- Native Americans and marketing: a paradoxical relationship.
"Although there are business programs at nearly 40 tribal colleges and universities, and courses focused on American Indian business practices at additional institutions, no reader or textbook exists for use in these courses. The editors of and co-authors of this proposed volume seek to help business school graduates work more effectively both with and within American Indian communities. Taken together, the essays will help create greater awareness of tribal economies and organizations and their relationship with the dominant culture, facilitate cross-cultural dialogue and understanding, and build public policies that enhance economic self-sufficiency and cultural integrity. Chapters include the following: history of American Indian business; economic sustainability, self-determination, and sovereignty; organization and management; marketing; leadership; human resource management; tribal finance; business strategy; American Indian business law; tribal gaming operations; economic development; entrepreneurship; technology and data management; business ethics; service management; taxation; accounting; and healthcare management."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E98.B87 A56 2017
Before Yellowstone : Native American archaeology in the national park
MacDonald, Douglas H., 1968- author
Seattle : University of Washington Press, 
Yellowstone, past and present -- How long have Native Americans lived in Yellowstone? -- Obsidian Cliff -- Yellowstone Lake -- Rivers -- Mountains -- Hot springs, thermal areas, and geysers -- Linking Native American tribes to sites in Yellowstone -- Summary and conclusion. Yellowstone before history.
Baker Berry E78.Y44 M33 2018
Two newspaper accounts, from 1965, reporting on the finding of Civil War letters written by George Benton Codman to his sister, Lucy Maria Codman
[New Hampshire], 1965
Reproductions of letters written between 1863 and 1864 from George Codman to his sister Lucy Codman while he was chiefly stationed at various locations in Virginia as a soldier during the American Civil War. The Codmans were local to Enfield Center and two local newspapers were reporting on the recent discovery, in 1965, of these letters.
Rauner Rare Book E601 .T996 1965
The assassination of William McKinley : anarchism, insanity, and the birth of the social sciences
Federman, Cary, 1963- author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
Baker Berry E711.9 .F37 2018
Living racism : through the barrel of the book
edited by Theresa Rajack-Talley and Derrick R. Brooms
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
The "Race" Concept and Racial Structure / Clarence R. Talley -- Racial Ideology, Beliefs, and Practices / Clarence R. Talley and Theresa Rajack-Talley -- Racial Etiquette and Racial Stereotypes / Clarence R. Talley and Theresa Rajack-Talley -- Black Male Mentorship / Derrick R. Brooms -- Risky Bodies : Race and the Science of Crime and Violence / Oliver Rollins -- Racialized School Discipline and the School-to-Prison Pipeline / Thomas J. Mowen -- Black and Blue : Analyzing and Queering Black Masculinities in Moonlight / Eric A. Jordan and Derrick R. Brooms -- New Rules to the Game : Neo-Liberal Governance and Housing in Atlanta, Georgia / Cameron Khalfani Hermanand Theresa Rajack-Talley -- Black Farmers' General and Gendered Strikes against the USDA / Willie Jamaal Wright.
Baker Berry E185.615 .L5768 2018
The African-American odyssey
Hine, Darlene Clark
Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, ©2011
Baker Berry E185 .H533 2011
The burning house : Jim Crow and the making of modern America
Walker, Anders, author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
"In this dramatic reexamination of the Jim Crow South, Anders Walker demonstrates that racial segregation fostered not simply terror and violence, but also diversity, one of our most celebrated ideals. He investigates how prominent intellectuals like Robert Penn Warren, James Baldwin, Eudora Welty, Ralph Ellison, Flannery O'Connor, and Zora Neale Hurston found pluralism in Jim Crow, a legal system that created two worlds, each with its own institutions, traditions, even cultures. The intellectuals discussed in this book all agreed that black culture was resilient, creative, and profound, brutally honest in its assessment of American history. By contrast, James Baldwin likened white culture to a "burning house," a frightening place that endorsed racism and violence to maintain dominance. Why should black Americans exchange their experience for that? Southern whites, meanwhile, saw themselves preserving a rich cultural landscape against the onslaught of mass culture and federal power, a project carried to the highest levels of American law by Supreme Court justice and Virginia native Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Anders Walker shows how a generation of scholars and judges has misinterpreted Powell's definition of diversity in the landmark case Regents v. Bakke, forgetting its Southern origins and weakening it in the process. By resituating the decision in the context of Southern intellectual history, Walker places diversity on a new footing, independent of affirmative action but also free from the constraints currently placed on it by the Supreme Court. With great clarity and insight, he offers a new lens through which to understand the history of civil rights in the United States." -- Publisher's description
Baker Berry E185.61 .W169 2018
Civil war and agrarian unrest : the Confederate South and southern Italy
Dal Lago, Enrico, 1966- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
Machine generated contents note: Introduction: civil war, nation-building, and agrarian unrest in the Confederate South and Southern Italy: a comparative perspective; Part I. Inner Civil Wars and National Crises, 1860-1863: 1. Preemptive counterrevolutions: the rebellions of the elites; 2. The difficult birth of two nations; 3. Inner civil wars in East Tennessee and Northern Terra di Lavoro I, 1860-1861; 4. Inner civil wars in East Tennessee and Northern Terra di Lavoro II, 1861-1863; Part II. Civil Wars and Social Revolutions, 1862-1865: 5. Revolutions: the revolts of the lower strata; 6. Civil wars and agrarian questions; 7. Social revolutions in the lower Mississippi Valley and upper Basilicata I, 1862-1863; 8. Social revolutions in the lower Mississippi Valley and upper Basilicata II, 1863-1865.
"Between 1861 and 1865, both the Confederate South and Southern Italy underwent dramatic processes of nation-building, with the creation of the Confederate States of America and the Kingdom of Italy, in the midst of civil wars. This is the first book that compares these parallel developments by focusing on the Unionist and pro-Bourbon political forces that opposed the two new nations in inner civil conflicts. Overlapping these conflicts were the social revolutions triggered by the rebellions of American slaves and Southern Italian peasants against the slaveholding and landowning elites. Utilizing a comparative perspective, Enrico Dal Lago sheds light on the reasons why these combined factors of internal opposition proved fatal for the Confederacy in the American Civil War, while the Italian Kingdom survived its own civil war. At the heart of this comparison is a desire to understand how and why nineteenth-century nations rose and either endured or disappeared"--
Baker Berry E458 .D35 2018
Modernity and its other : the encounter with North American Indians in the eighteenth century
Sayre, Robert, 1943- author
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 
Crèvecoeur: British America before and during the Revolutionary Upheaval -- Philip Freneau: After the Revolution -- Moreau de Saint-Méry: Fin de Siècle -- The Zero Degree of the Other: Indian Violence and "Adventure" with Indians -- Accounts of Travel in New France: Lahontan and Charlevoix -- Anglo-American Travelers: John Lawson and Jonathan Carver -- Travels of William Bartram, Quaker Botanist -- Fur Traders: Alexander Mackenzie and Jean-Baptiste Trudeau -- Epilogue: Into the Nineteenth Century- George Catlin.
"In Modernity and Its Other Robert Woods Sayre examines eighteenth-century North America through discussion of texts drawn from the period. He focuses on this unique historical moment when early capitalist civilization (modernity) in colonial societies, especially the British, interacted closely with Indigenous communities (the "Other") before the balance of power shifted definitively toward the colonizers. Sayre considers a variety of French perspectives as a counterpoint to the Anglo-American lens, including J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur and Philip Freneau, as well as both Anglo-American and French or French Canadian travelers in "Indian territory," including William Bartram, Jonathan Carver, John Lawson, Alexander Mackenzie, Baron de Lahontan, Pierre Charlevoix and Jean-Baptiste Trudeau. Modernity and Its Other is an important addition to any North American historian's bookshelf, for it brings together the social history of the European colonies and the ethnohistory of the American Indian peoples who interacted with the colonizers."--
Baker Berry E77 .S2913 2017
Kwädąy Dän Ts'ìnchį : teachings from Long Ago Person Found
edited by Richard J. Hebda, Sheila Greer and Alexander P. Mackie
Victoria [B.C.] : Royal BC Museum : c2017
"On a late summer day, many years ago, a young man set out on voyage through the mountains. He never reached his destination. When his remains were discovered by three BC hunters, perhaps three hundred years after he left the northern coast and vanished into a storm, his name had faded from even the long memory of the coastal people. They decided to call him Kwädąy Dän Ts'ìnchį--the Long Ago Person Found. The discovery of the Kwädąy Dän Ts'ìnchį man raised many questions. Where had he come from? Where was he going, and for what purpose? What did his world look like? But his remains, preserved in glacial ice for centuries, offered answers, too--as did the traditional knowledge and experience of the Indigenous peoples in whose territories he lived and died. In this comprehensive and collaborative account, scientific analysis and cultural knowledge interweave to describe a life that ended almost precisely as Europeans began to arrive in the northwest. What emerges is not only a portrait of an individual and his world, but also a model for how diverse ways of knowing, in both scholarly and oral traditions, can complement each other to provide a new understanding of our complex histories."--
Baker Berry E78.B9 K83 2017
Free the beaches : the story of Ned Coll and the battle for America's most exclusive shoreline
Kahrl, Andrew W., 1978- author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
"The story of our separate and unequal America in the making, and one man's fight against it--During the long, hot summers of the late 1960s and 1970s, one man began a campaign to open some of America's most exclusive beaches to minorities and the urban poor. That man was anti-poverty activist and one-time presidential candidate Ned Coll of Connecticut, a state that permitted public access to a mere seven miles of its 253-mile shoreline. Nearly all of the state's coast was held privately, for the most part by white, wealthy residents. This book is the first to tell the story of the controversial protester who gathered a band of determined African American mothers and children and challenged the racist, exclusionary tactics of homeowners in a state synonymous with liberalism. Coll's legacy of remarkable successes--and failures--illuminates how our nation's fragile coasts have not only become more exclusive in subsequent decades but also have suffered greater environmental destruction and erosion as a result of that private ownership." -- Publisher's website.
Baker Berry E185.8 .K34 2018
Jefferson's daughters : three sisters, white and black, in a young America
Kerrison, Catherine, 1953- author
New York : Ballantine Books, 
"Thomas Jefferson had three daughters: Martha and Maria by his wife, Martha Wayles Jefferson, and Harriet by his slave Sally Hemings. In Jefferson's Daughters, Catherine Kerrison, a scholar of early American and women's history, recounts the remarkable journey of these three women--and how their struggle to define themselves reflects both the possibilities and the limitations that resulted from the American Revolution. Although the three women shared a father, the similarities end there. Martha and Maria received a fine convent school education while they lived with their father during his diplomatic posting in Paris--a hothouse of intellectual ferment whose celebrated salonnières are vividly brought to life in Kerrison's narrative. Once they returned home, however, the sisters found their options limited by the laws and customs of early America. Harriet Hemings followed a different path. She escaped slavery--apparently with the assistance of Jefferson himself. Leaving Monticello behind, she boarded a coach and set off for a decidedly uncertain future. For this groundbreaking triple biography, Kerrison has uncovered never-before-published documents written by the Jefferson sisters when they were in their teens, as well as letters written by members of the Jefferson and Hemings families. She has interviewed Hemings family descendants (and, with their cooperation, initiated DNA testing) and searched for descendants of Harriet Hemings. The eventful lives of Thomas Jefferson's daughters provide a unique vantage point from which to examine the complicated patrimony of the American Revolution itself. The richly interwoven story of these three strong women and their fight to shape their own destinies sheds new light on the ongoing movement toward human rights in America--and on the personal and political legacy of one of our most controversial Founding Fathers."--Publisher's description.
Baker Berry E332.25 .K47 2018
Frank, Robert, 1924- photographer
New York : Grove Press Inc., 1959, 1958
Rauner Rare Book E169.Z8 F713 1959
The three battles of Sand Creek : in blood, in court, and as the end of history
Michno, Gregory, 1948- author
El Dorado Hills, CA : Savas Beatie LLC, 
Part I. In blood -- Colonel Chivington takes command -- The road to Sand Creek -- Camp Weld Conference -- The march to Fort Lyon -- The last night of peace -- The approach -- Flags and friendlies -- A battle -- A massacre -- Scalp dance -- Night of phantoms -- Death of Jack Smith -- Aftermath -- Part II. In court -- Opening rounds -- Denver Military Commission -- Joint Committee in Washington -- Doolittle's Committee -- Conflicting testimony -- Battle or massacre? The fallacy of the false dichotomy -- Part III. The end of history -- Eyewitness testimony -- False memories -- Leading questions and lies -- Stress and memories -- Memory alteration and cognitive dissonance at sand creek -- Don't confuse me with the facts -- Oral history -- Supernatural insights -- The end of history.
Baker Berry E83.863 .M533 2017
Trumpocracy : the corruption of the American republic
Frum, David, 1960- author
New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 
Pre-existing conditions -- Enablers -- Appeasers -- Plunder -- Betrayals -- Enemies of the people -- Rigged system -- America alone -- Autoimmune disorder -- Resentments -- Believers -- Hope.
"From Russia to South Africa, from Turkey to the Philippines, from Venezuela to Hungary, authoritarian leaders have smashed restraints on their power. The freedom of the media and the judiciary have eroded. The right to vote remains, but the right to have one's vote counted honestly does not. Until the US presidential election of 2016, the global decline of democracy seemed a concern for other peoples in other lands. That complacent optimism has been upended by the political rise of Donald Trump. The crisis is upon Americans, here and now. Quietly, steadily, Trump and his administration are damaging the tenets and accepted practices of American democracy, perhaps irrevocably. As he and his family enrich themselves, the presidency itself falls into the hands of the generals and financiers who surround him. David Frum has been collecting the lies, obfuscations, and flagrant disregard for the traditional limits placed on the office of the presidency. During his own tenure in the White House as speechwriter for George W. Bush, Frum witnessed the ways the presidency is limited not by law but by tradition, propriety, and public outcry, all now weakened. Whether the Trump presidency lasts two, four, or seven more years, he has changed the nature of the office for the worse, and will likely remain so for decades. In this powerful and eye-opening book, Frum makes clear that the hard work of recovery starts at home. Trumpocracy outlines how Trump could push America toward illiberalism, what the consequences could be for our nation and the world, and what we can do to prevent it"--
Baker Berry E912 .F78 2018
Crisis y migración estrategias de los migrantes ante el cambio global
Silvia Molina y Vedia del Castillo, Alejandro Méndez Rodríguez (coordinadores)
Ciudad de México : UNAM, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales : 
Crisis y migración : redes y estrategias de los migrantes ante la crisis global / Silvia Molina y Vedia del Castillo, Ingrid Hernández Muñoz -- Para entender el fenómeno migratorio / Daniel Carlos Gutiérrez Rohán, Giovanni Martínez Castillo, Elia Guadalupe Villegas Lomelí -- Globalización desarrollo y migración internacional / Alejandro Méndez Rodríguez -- Nueva ola de migrantes mexicanos en the Woodlands, Texas (2006-2013) / Consuelo Dávila Pérez, Marco Antonio Lopátegui Torres -- Nosotros, "Los latinos" y nuestra dignidad : del proceso de exclusión a la integración de la red de ciudadanos de origen latino-ibérico-hispánico en el mundo artístico estadounidense / Francisco Peredo -- Comunicación, elecciones y transmigración : el voto exterior de los mexicanos / Frambel Lizárraga Salas -- Transmigración sindical : el caso de los trabajadores agrícolas temporales y los centros de apoyo de la unión de trabajadores del comercio y la alimentación -- La migración indígena como articulación de variados procesos sociales : movilidad étnica en el desierto de altar : aportes y reconfiguraciones socioculturales de los O'odham en la ciudad de Caborca / Guillermo Castillo./
Baker Berry E184.M5 C749 2016
Raza sí, migra no : Chicano movement struggles for immigrant rights in San Diego
Patiño, Jimmy, author
Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, 
A scene of the Americas : from el Congreso to la Hermandad -- He had a uniform and authority : border patrol violence and Chicano/Mexicano resistance -- For those families who are deported and have no place to land : building CASA Justicia -- The first time I met César Chávez, I got into an argument with him : California employer sanctions and Chicano debates over undocumented workers -- Delivering the Mexicano vote : immigration and the La Raza Unida party -- The sheriff must be obsessed with racism! : the Committee on Chicano Rights battles police violence -- Who's the illegal alien pilgrim? : the Carter Curtain, the KKK, and Chicano/Mexicano resistance -- Power concedes nothing without demand : the Chicano National Immigration Conference and Tribunal.
Baker Berry E184.M5 P3727 2017
A pictographic history of the Oglala Sioux
Bad Heart Bull, Amos, 1869-1913, author,
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 
Publisher's preface to the 50th anniversary edition -- A short history of Amos Bad Heart Bull and Helen Blish / Emily Levine -- Significance of the ledger drawings / Candace Greene -- List of color plates -- List of illustrations -- Publisher's preface -- Introduction / Mari Sandoz -- Dedication -- Foreword / Helen H. Blish -- The artist and his work -- Dakota histories and historical art -- The Bad Heart Bull manuscript as history -- Bad Heart Bull as an artist -- Dakotan art and thought -- Introduction to the drawings -- The drawings -- Bibliography -- Appendix: Descriptive listing of the drawings -- A note on the editing -- The artist and the author -- Note on images -- Index.
"Originally published in 1967, this remarkable pictographic history consists of more than four hundred drawings and script notations by Amos Bad Heart Bull, an Oglala Lakota man from the Pine Ridge Reservation, made between 1890 and the time of his death in 1913. The text, resulting from nearly a decade of research by Helen H. Blish and originally presented as a three-volume report to the Carnegie Institution, provides ethnological and historical background and interpretation of the content. This 50th anniversary edition provides a fresh perspective on Bad Heart Bull's drawings through digital scans of the original photographic plates created when Blish was doing her research. Lost for nearly half a century--and unavailable when the 1967 edition was being assembled--the recently discovered plates are now housed at the Smithsonian's National Anthropological Archives. Readers of the volume will encounter new introductions by Emily Levine and Candace S. Greene, crisp images and notations, and additional material that previously appeared only in a limited number of copies of the original edition." -- Publisher's website.
Baker Berry E99.O3 B3 2017
The sit-ins : protest and legal change in the civil rights era
Schmidt, Christopher W., 1974- author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2018
Introduction -- The students -- The lawyers -- The sympathizers -- The opponents -- The justices -- The lawmakers -- Conclusion.
"The Sit-Ins tells the story of the student lunch counter protests and the national debate they sparked over the meaning of the constitutional right of all Americans to equal protection of the law. Christopher W. Schmidt describes how behind the now-iconic scenes of African American college students sitting in quiet defiance at "whites only" lunch counters lies a series of underappreciated legal dilemmas--about the meaning of the Constitution, the capacity of legal institutions to remedy different forms of injustice, and the relationship between legal reform and social change. The students' actions initiated a national conversation over whether the Constitution's equal protection clause extended to the activities of private businesses that served the general public. The courts, the traditional focal point for accounts of constitutional disputes, played an important but ultimately secondary role in this story. The great victory of the sit-in movement came not in the Supreme Court, but in Congress, with the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, landmark legislation that recognized the right African American students had claimed for themselves four years earlier. The Sit-Ins invites a broader understanding of how Americans contest and construct the meaning of their Constitution."--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry E185.61 .S33 2018
The western Delaware Indian nation, 1730-1795 : warriors and diplomats
Grimes, Richard S., author
Bethlehem [Pennsylvania] : Lehigh University Press, 
Baker Berry E99.D2 G75 2017
Ned Christie : the creation of an outlaw and Cherokee hero
Mihesuah, Devon A., 1957- author
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
Introduction: how we know about Ned Christie -- Family, friends, and home -- Ned the politician -- Bad company -- On the run -- The final fight -- Young men lost: Arch Wolfe and Charles Hair -- The Humphrey theory -- Creating outlaws and the heroic heroes who kill them.
"This biography of Nede Wade Christie also analyzes his role in the genre of outlaw literature, and how writers have manipulated or fabricated information to create the image of Nede as either a crazed and guilty outlaw or an innocent martyr."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E99.C5 C65575 2018
Converting the Rosebud : Catholic mission and the Lakotas, 1886-1916
Markowitz, Harvey, author
Norman, OK : University of Oklahoma Press, 
The road to reform in federal Indian policy -- The Catholic Church and American Indian policy -- The Lakotas and "the peace" -- Catholic Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota Mission and the Grant peace policy, 1869-1886 -- The beginnings of Rosebud Catholic mission, 1878-1886 -- Otto von Bismarck, the Jesuits' Buffalo Province, and the Franciscan Sisters of Penance and Christian Charity -- The founding and evolution of Saint Francis Mission, 1886-1916 -- The paradigm of mission at Saint Francis : civilizing and Christianizing the Sicangus -- "Always crosses, but never unhappy" : Sicangu obstacles to missionization -- "We Indians do not want such strife" : non-Sicangu obstacles to Catholic missionization -- Pre-reservation Lakota religion and the reception of early Catholic mission -- Pragmatism and Sicangu Catholicism -- The reception of early Catholic mission. Part two, Catholicism and sacred power -- Conclusion: A crisis in mission.
"Examines the origins and early history of St. Francis Catholic Indian Mission on the Sicangu Lakota Rosebud Reservation within the wider, overlapping contexts of federal Indian relations, Catholic missionary policy, and Lakota culture."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E99.T34 M355 2018
Memory lands : King Philip's war and the place of violence in the northeast
Delucia, Christine M., author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
Part I: The way to Deer Island -- Part II: The Narragansett Country -- Part III: The Great River -- Part IV: The Red Atlantic.
"DeLucia grounds her study of one of the most devastating conflicts between Native Americans and European settlers in early America in five specific places that were directly affected by the crisis, spanning the Northeast as well as the Atlantic world. She examines the war's effects on the everyday lives and collective mentalities of the region's diverse Native and Euro-American communities over the course of several centuries, focusing on persistent struggles over land and water, sovereignty, resistance, cultural memory, and intercultural interactions"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry E83.67 .D45 2018
Reclaiming indigenous research in higher education
edited by Robin Starr Minthorn and Heather J. Shotton ; foreword by Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, 
Foreword / Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy (Lumbee) -- Introduction : the roots of reclamation / Robin Starr Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn (Kiowa/Apache/Umatilla/Nez Perce/Assiniboine), Heather J. Shotton (Wichita/Kiowa/Cheyenne) -- The need for indigenizing research in higher education scholarship / Charlotte Davidson (Diné/Three Affiliate Tribes : Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara), Heather J. Shotton (Wichita/Kiowa/Cheyenne), Robin Starr Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn (Kiowa/Apache/Umatilla/Nez Perce/Assiniboine), and Stephanie Waterman (Onondaga, Turtle Clan) -- "It was a process of decolonization and that's about as clear as I can put it" : Kuleana-centered higher education and the meanings of Hawaiianness / Erin Kahunawaika'ala Wright (Native Hawaiian) -- A methodology of beauty / Charlotte Davidson (Diné/Three Affiliate Tribes : Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara) -- Understanding relationships in the college process : indigenous methodologies, reciprocity, and college horizon students / Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) -- Story rug : weaving stories into research / Amanda R. Tachine (Navajo) -- Stealing horses : indigenous student metaphors for success in graduate education / Sweeney Windchief (Assiniboine) -- Predictors for American Indian/Alaska Native student leadership / Theresa Jean Stewart (San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians, Gabrieliño/Tongva) -- Tribal college pathways / David Sanders (Oglala Sioux Tribe), Matthew Van Alstine Makomenaw (Grand Traverse Bay Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians) -- Moving beyond financial aid to support native college students : an examination of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program / Natalie Rose Youngbull (Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma) -- The intersection of paying for college and tribal sovereignty : exploring native college student experiences with tribal financial aid / Christine A. Nelson (Laguna/Navajo) -- Toward equity and equality : transforming universities into indigenous places of learning / Kaiwipunikauikawēkiu Lipe (Native Hawaiian) -- Indigeneity in the methods : indigenous feminist theory in content analysis / Stephanie Waterman (Onondaga, Turtle Clan) -- Iḷisaġvik College : Alaska's only tribal college / Pearl Kiyawn Brower (Iñupiaq Eskimo/Chippewa/Armenian) -- Conclusion : repositioning the norms of the academy : research as wisdom / Heather J. Shotton (Wichita/Kiowa/Cheyenne), Robin Starr Zape-tah-hol-ah Minthorn (Kiowa/Apache/Umatilla/Nez Perce/Assiniboine).
Baker Berry E97 .R43 2018
Empire in retreat : the past, present, and future of the United States
Bulmer-Thomas, V., author
New Haven : Yale University Press, 
A sweeping history of the United States through the lens of empire-and an incisive look forward as the nation retreats from the global stage A respected authority on international relations and foreign policy, Victor Bulmer-Thomas offers a grand survey of the United States as an empire. From its territorial expansion after independence, through hegemonic rule following World War II, to the nation's current imperial retreat, the United States has had an uneasy relationship with the idea of itself as an empire. In this book Bulmer-Thomas offers three definitions of empire-territorial, informal, and institutional-that help to explain the nation's past and forecast a future in which the United States will cease to play an imperial role. Arguing that the move toward diminished geopolitical dominance reflects the aspirations of most U.S. citizens, he asserts that imperial retreat does not necessarily mean national decline and may ultimately strengthen the nation-state. At this pivotal juncture in American history, Bulmer-Thomas's uniquely global perspective will be widely read and discussed across a range of fields.
Baker Berry E179.5 .B94 2018
US-Spanish relations after Franco, 1975-1989 : the will of the weak
Heiberg, Morten, author
Lanham : Lexington Books, 2018
Part I. Almost annihilated -- The empire ends -- Outcast -- Quid pro quo -- Part II. Transitions -- The soft underbelly -- Upscaling -- Jun Carlos as puppeteer -- The meltdown of the political center -- Against the highest interest of the nation -- A Spanish sellout -- The highest representative -- Best efforts -- Part III. Reclaiming sovereignty -- The decalogue -- In or out of NATO? -- The Iran-Contra Affair -- Never averse to -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry E183.8.S7 H46 2018
Chief Seattle and the town that took his name : the change of worlds for the native people and settlers on Puget Sound
Buerge, David M., author
Seattle, WA : Sasquatch Books, 
Prehistory to 1792, "There was a time when our people covered the whole land" -- To 1832, "Why should I murmur at the fate of my people?" -- To 1847, "Your God seems to us to be partial" -- To 1852, "I am glad to have you come to our country" -- To 1854, "How then can we become brothers?" -- To 1856, "The Great Chief above who made the country made it for all" -- To 1858, "I want you to understand what I say" -- To 1866, "Shake hands with me before I am laid into the ground" -- To 1887, "Dead, did I say?" -- To the present, "The dead are not altogether powerless".
Baker Berry E99.S85 B84 2017
A clan mother's call : reconstructing Haudenosaunee cultural memory
Rodriguez, Jeanette, 1954-
Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, 
Introduction : The Call of the Earth Mother -- Setting the Context -- The Epoch of Sky Woman. The Creation Story -- Sustaining Creation (The Three Sisters) -- Clans and the Epoch of the League. Haudenosaunee Clans -- How a Clan Mother Came to Be -- Crossover Ceremonies. Life Stages -- Healing through Ceremony -- The Crossover Ritual for Young Women -- The Crossover Ritual for Young Men -- Indigenous Strategies in the Global Arena. Our Oldest Home -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1. Letter to Jeanette Rodriguez from Wakerahkats:teh, Bear Clan Matron -- Appendix 2. Tasks and Responsibilities of a Clan Mother.
Baker Berry E99.I7 R584 2017
My conversations with Canadians
Maracle, Lee, author
Toronto : BookThug, 2017
"'My Conversations With Canadians' is the book that "Canada 150" needs. On her first book tour at the age of 26, Lee Maracle was asked a question from the audience, one she couldn't possibly answer at that moment. But she has been thinking about it ever since. As time has passed, she has been asked countless similar questions, all of them too big to answer, but not too large to contemplate. These questions, which touch upon subjects such as citizenship, segregation, labour, law, predjudice and reconcilliation (to name a few), are the heart of 'My Conversations with Canadians'. In prose essays that are both conversational and direct, Maracle seeks not to provide any answers to these questions she has lived with for so long. Rather, she thinks through each one using a multitude of experiences she's had as a Canadian, a First Nations leader, a woman and mother and grandmother over the course of her life. Lee Maracle's 'My Conversations with Canadians' presents a tour de force exploration into the writer's own history and a re-imagining of the future of our nation."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E99.S72 M37 2017
The Civil War and the subversion of American Indian sovereignty
Connole, Joseph, 1985- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Prologue -- "Our people have suffered a great deal" -- How the wolf came -- "When the earth was clothed with white" -- The way to Pea Ridge -- Federal Indian Expedition -- Entering the maelstrom -- "Like a terrible fire on the dry prairie" -- A melancholy wasteland -- The ruin that war wrought.
"The Civil War was catastrophic for the natives of the Indian Territory. More battles were waged in the Indian Territory than in any other theater of the war, and the Five Nations' betrayal by the U.S. government ultimately lead to the destruction of their homes, their sovereignty and their identity"--
Baker Berry E540.I3 C66 2017
Community in-between = Urur Dhex-Dhexaad Ah : portraits of Somali-Americans in Columbus
Hassan, Qorsho, author
Columbus : Trillium, an imprint of The Ohio State University Press, 
Bilawga/The beginning -- Mashruuca/An initiative started through a partnership -- Soomaalida Columbus/Somalis in Columbus -- Aqoonsiga qurba joogta/Identity in the diaspora -- Maalgaliyayaasha mustaqbalka/Investors in the future -- Dhismaha bulshada/Building community -- Dhamaadka/The end.
Baker Berry E184.S67 H37 2017
Constructing narratives in response to Trump's election : how various populations make sense of an unexpected victory
edited by Shing-Ling S. Chen, Nicole Allaire, and Zhuojun Joyce Chen
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
Baker Berry E912 .C66 2018
Threads in the sash : the story of the Métis people
Shore, Frederick John, 1942- author
Winnipeg, Manitoba : Pemmican Publications Inc., 
The author explores the history, culture, and political development of the Métis people in Canada.
Baker Berry E99.M47 S56 2017
Empire of the senses : sensory practices of colonialism in early America
edited by Daniela Hacke, Paul Musselwhite
Leiden ; Brill, 
Introduction: making sense of colonial encounters and new worlds / Daniela Hacke and Paul Musselwhite -- Part I. Cultural encounters -- Touching on communication: visual and textual representations of touch as friendship in early colonial encounters / Celine Carayon -- Mission soundscapes: demons, Jesuits, and sounds in Antonio Ruiz de Montoya's Conquista espiritual (1639) / Jutta Toelle -- Singing with strangers in early seventeenth-century New France / Michaela Ann Cameron -- Part II. Colonial subjectivity -- The pain of senses escaping: eighteenth-century Europeans and the sensory challenges of the Caribbean / Annika Raapke -- Color visions: perceiving nature in the Portuguese Atlantic world / Marilia dos Santos Lopes -- Part III. Structures of knowledge -- Colonial sensescapes: Thomas Harriot and the production of knowledge / Daniela Hacke -- Merian and the pineapple: visual representation of the senses / Megan Baumhammer and Claire Kennedy -- "Delightful a fragrance": native American olfactory aesthetics within the eighteenth-century Anglo-American botanical community / Andrew Kettler -- Part IV. Colonial projects -- The aromas of flora's wide domains: cultivating gardens, aromas, and political subjects in the late seventeenth-century English Atlantic / Kate Mulry -- Exploring underwater worlds: diving in the late seventeenth-early eighteenth-century British empire / Rebekka von Mallinckrodt.
Empire of the Senses' brings together pathbreaking scholarship on the role the five senses played in early America. With perspectives from across the hemisphere, exploring individual senses and multi-sensory frameworks, the volume explores how sensory perception helped frame cultural encounters, colonial knowledge, and political relationships. From early French interpretations of intercultural touch, to English plans to restructure the scent of Jamaica, these essays elucidate different ways the expansion of rival European empires across the Americas involved a vast interconnected range of sensory experiences and practices. 'Empire of the Senses' offers a new comparative perspective on the way European imperialism was constructed, operated, implemented and, sometimes, counteracted by rich and complex new sensory frameworks in the diverse contexts of early America.
Baker Berry E20 .E47 2018
Zitkala-Ša : letters, speeches, and unpublished writings, 1898-1929
Zitkala-̈Sa, 1876-1938, author
Leiden ; Brill, 
"Zitkala-Sa: Letters, Speeches, and Unpublished Writings, 1898-1929, edited by Tadeusz Lewandowski, offers a fascinating, intimate portrait of the Yankton Sioux writer and activist Gertrude Simmons Bonnin (1876-1938). Gertrude Bonnin, better known by her Lakota name, Zitkala-Sa, was one of the most prominent American Indians of the early 20th century. A talented writer, orator, and musician, she devoted much of her life to the protection of Native peoples. As such, Bonnin corresponded with many other distinguished persons within the early Native rights movement, including Carlos Montezuma, Richard Henry Pratt, and Arthur C. Parker, as well as Fathers Martin Kenel and William H. Ketcham of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions. This volume gathers together Bonnin's letters, lesser-known writings and speeches, illuminating her private and public struggles."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry E99.Y25 Z592 2018
The CIA and third force movements in China during the early Cold War : the great American dream
Jeans, Roger B., author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
This study examines the CIA's "third force" strategy--providing support for a third-party alternative over two primary on-the-ground options--in East Asia during the first decade of the Cold War. Roger B. Jeans argues that the strategy failed due to a lack of understanding of the historical and cultural contexts of the region--back cover.
Baker Berry E183.8.C6 J43 2018
Claiming Anishinaabe : decolonizing the human spirit
Gehl, Lynn, 1962- author
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada : University of Regina Press, 
Part One: Setting the Stage. Introduction -- Who Am I? -- Part Two: Indigenous Knowledge and the Human Spirit. Sharing Creator's Love -- Triboluminescence: The Essence of the Human Spirit -- An Indigenist Approach -- Valuing a New Paradigm -- Debwewin Journey -- Part Three: Indigenous Teachings and Ways of Being. Creator's First Pipe -- Moon Ceremony -- Feasting as a Way of Knowing -- The Great Law of the Anishinaabeg -- Role Modelling: Honouring Jeannette -- Nationhood is Inside and Outside at the Same Time -- Our Bodies Are Intelligent; Our Bodies Remember -- Our Hearts and Minds Require a New Song -- Part Four: Contemporary Indigenous Issues. Returning Creator's First Pipe -- Indian Mothers and Their Babies -- E'Dbendaagzijig: Citizenship Law Excludes -- Forked-Tongue Politicians -- Hegemony of the Heart -- Cultural Politics and Nation Building -- Epilogue.
"Denied her Indigenous status, Lynn Gehl has been fighting her entire life to reclaim mino-pimadiziwin-the good life. Exploring Anishinaabeg philosophy and Anishinaabeg conceptions of truth, Gehl shows how she came to locate her spirit and decolonize her identity, thereby becoming, in her words, "fully human." Gehl also provides a harsh critique of Canada and takes on important anti-colonial battles, including the land claims process and sex discrimination in the Indian Act."--
Baker Berry E78.C2 G44 2017
Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit : what Inuit have always known to be true
edited by Joe Karetak, Frank Tester & Shirley Tagalik
Halifax ; Fernwood Publishing, 
Inuit qaujimajatuqangit--which means a complete body of knowledge and experience passed from generation to generation--is a collection of contributions by Inuit Elders. It not only helps preserve important knowledge and tradition, but also provides an Inuit perspective on personal growth and development, and how we relate to each other, to other living beings, and to the environment.
Baker Berry E99.E7 I56265 2017
La voz de los migrantes mexicanos en Estados Unidos a través de internet
Hernández Vega, Leticia, author
Ocotlán, Jalisco : Universidad de Guadalajara, Centro Universitario de Ciénaga, 2014
Baker Berry E184.M5 H444 2014
Emotions, remembering and feeling better : dealing with the Indian residential schools settlement agreement in Canada
Reynaud, Anne-Marie (Lecturer), author
Bielefeld : transcript Verlag, 
As the largest class action suit in Canadian history, the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement (2007-2015) had a great impact on the lives of Aboriginal survivors across Canada. In a rare account exploring survivor perspectives, Anne-Marie Reynaud considers the settlement's reconciliatory aspiration in conjunction with the local reality for the Mitchikanibikok Inik First Nations in Quebec. Drawing from anthropological fieldwork, this carefully crafted book weaves survivor experiences of the financial compensations and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission together with current theorizing on emotions, memory, trauma and transitional justice.
Baker Berry E96.5 .R49 2017
We all got history : the memory books of Amos Webber
Salvatore, Nick, 1943-
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 2007
Baker Berry E185.97.W44 S25 2007