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Contemporary Newspapers of the North American Indian is a collection of prominent Native American newspapers published between 1924 and 1973. Covering nearly 50 newspapers and over 28,000 pages of information, these titles have been collected for their keen journalism and credibility within the Native American communities they serve. The collection reflects upon the social issues relative to numerous tribes throughout North America—ranging from tribal governance to conservatism to militancy.
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