Northeast Indian Quarterly/Akwekon
(Ithaca), (Cornell University), 1986-1994. Twenty-four issues (including 1 double issue plus a directory, so 24 items), as follows: Volume 3, Nos. 1-4; Volume 4, Nos. 1/2 and 3; Volume 5, Nos. 2-4; Volume 6, Nos. 3-4; Volume 7, No. 2; Volume 8, Nos. 1-4; Volume 9; Nos. 1, 3, 4; Volume 10; Nos. 1-3; Volume 11, No. 1. Together with the 1992 Directory, "American Indian and Related Resources for the Columbus Quincentennial." The first issue in this run, Volume 3, No.1, Spring, 1986, was the first issue under the new title Northeast Indian Quarterly. Previously, the magazine had been called Indian Studies. The new name corresponded with a new mission statement: initially it had been founded to tell Native people around New York state about the Cornell American Indian Program and its activities; with the new name it was geared also toward telling Cornell students about Indians and Indian activities; also, its scope was broadened to include the entire Northeast U.S. as far south as Washington, D. C., and also three Canadian provinces. A couple of the later issues have some mild edge sunning; else all are fine in stapled wrappers. In 1991 (Volume 8, No. 3), the name Northeast Indian Quarterly was changed to Akwekon. [#025888] $175

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