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Introduction Shirley A. Leckie (University of Central Florida) and Nancy J. Parezo (Arizona State University)1. Annie Heloise Abel Suzanne Julin 2. Angie Debo: A Bridge between the Old and New Western and Indian History Shirley A. Leckie (University of Central Florida)3. Mari Sandoz John R. Wunder (University of Nebraska, Lincoln)4. A Life in the Field:Isabel T. Kelly Catherine S. Fowler (University of Nevada, Reno) and Robert Van Kemper (Southern Methodist University)5. Marjorie Ferguson Lambert Shelly Tisdale 6. Alice Marriott: Recording the Lives of American Indian Women Patricia Loughlin (University of Central Oklahoma)7. Telling the Story of Her People: Ella Cara Deloria's Decolonizing Methodology Maria Cotera (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)8. Gertrude Simmons Bonnin: Zitkala Sa Franci Washburn (University of Arizona)9. Dorothea Cross Leighton: Physician, Psychiatrist, Anthropologist, and Public Health Activist Nancy J. Parezo (Arizona State University)10. Ruth Murray Underhill and "The People of the Crimson Evening" Catherine Lavender (City University of New York) and Nancy J. Parezo (Arizona State University)
Discusses pioneers in the writing of Indian-centred history, ethnology, and folklore that incorporated the insights, voices, and perspectives of American Indians
Shirley A. Leckie is a professor emerita of history at the University of Central Florida. She is the author of several books, including Angie Debo: Pioneer Historian and Elizabeth Bacon Custer and the Making of a Myth. Nancy J. Parezo is a professor of American Indian studies and anthropology at the University of Arizona and the curator of ethnology at the Arizona State Museum. She is the editor of Hidden Scholars: Women Anthropologists and the Native American Southwest and the coauthor of Anthropology Goes to the Fair: The 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition (Nebraska 2007).
"Whether they were historians or anthropologists, these women were activists, often offering criticism of legislative policies that eroded Native sovereignty, land rights, and religious freedom. That these women's stories are now made available in a concise collection of biographies is a fortunate addition to western and Indian history, anthropology, and feminist studies."-Andrea G. Radke-Moss, Western American Literature -- Andrea G. Radke-Moss * Western American Literature * "The essays in this volume are uniformly well researched and well written. . . . Young scholars will do well to study these women for their insights, scholarly innovations, and courage in placing their studies above their personal comforts."-Barbara Handy-Marchello, South Dakota History -- Barbara Handy-Marchello * South Dakota History * "This volume remains a welcome corrective to numerous biographical anthologies of western historians and anthropologists that generally overlook the significant contributions of these women intellectuals."-Michael J. Lansing, Journal of American History -- Michael J. Lansing * Journal of American History *