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Dancing on Common Ground
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Meredith shares important insights into the character and values of the Southern Plains Indians towards plotting a more unified strategy for their future development.--Western Historical QuarterlyMeredith combines 'traditional tribal approaches' with solid historical research to provide a highly original and informative account of three centuries of Native American life on the Southern Plains.--American Historical ReviewProvides important insights regarding the ways in which the Southern Plains tribes can develop a better strategy to deal with federal Indian policy issues.--Journal of the WestMeredith has produced an ambitious and thoughtful study of cultural interaction and exchange among Southern Plains tribes.--Great Plains QuarterlyEnlightening and engaging.--Southwestern American Literature
This unique book combines linguistics, history, archaeology, and anthropology into a whole overview of the development of tribal alliances and self-governance through time. No other scholar addresses so successfully and so well the imagery of political and historical issues through dance.--C. Blue Clark, author of Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock: Federal-Indian Relations at the Turn of the CenturyThis book opens up new relationships in Indian studies, suggesting new interpretations of Indian-White relations, past, present, and future.--Charlotte Heth, editor of Native American Dance: Ceremonies and Social Traditions

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