The Hank Adams Reader

The Hank Adams Reader

An Exemplary Native Activist and the Unleashing of Indigenous Sovereignty

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Perseus Publishing
Vine Deloria once said that Hank Adams was the most important Native American in the country. From his treaty rights work to his mediation of disputes between AIM and the US government in the 1970s, Adams shaped modern Native activism. For the first time, Adams' writings are collected, evidencing his unparalleled role in Indian affairs and beyond.
In his own words, the political legacy of Hank Adams.


Book News
This anthology of writings by Native American activist Hank Adams, highlights the role of this important figure in negotiation of Indian rights during the volatile mid-twentieth century. Topics discussed include fishing rights, treaties, civil rights, land rights and socioeconomic issues and the volume includes both correspondence and other more formal writings. A biographical introduction is provided by Wilkins, a professor of American Indian studies at the University of Minnesota. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Independent Publishing Group
Vine Deloria once said that Hank Adams was the most important Native American in the country. From his treaty rights work to his mediation of disputes between AIM and the US government in the 1970s, Adams shaped modern Native activism. For the first time, Adams' writings are collected, evidencing his unparalleled role in Indian affairs and beyond.

Publisher: Golden, Colo. : Fulcrum Pub., c2011
ISBN: 9781555914479
1555914470
Branch Call Number: 970.00497 H1941 2011
Characteristics: vii, 312 p. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Wilkins, David E. (David Eugene), 1954-

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