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Indian Voices. The First Convocation of American Indian Scholars
San Francisco, Indian Historian Press, (1970). The papers and presentations given at a convocation held at Princeton University in March, 1970. Contributors include N. Scott Momaday, Vine Deloria, Jr., Alfonso Ortiz, Fritz Scholder and others. Subjects covered include "American Indian Philosophy and its Relation to the Modern World," "Native American Studies Programs: Review and Evaluation," "Native Arts in America," "The Urban Scene and the American Indian" and more. Published by a Native-run press. Rubbed, with one rear corner crease; very good in wrappers. An early publication of the groundbreaking Native press, with pieces by a number of the writers who would go on to create the so-called "Native American renaissance." [#035114] SOLD

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