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Author Frantz, Klaus.

Title Indian reservations in the United States : territory, sovereignty, and socioeconomic change / Klaus Frantz.

Published Chicago : University of Chicago Press, [1999]
©1999

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 UniM Bund  330.973 FRAN {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Indianerreservationen in den USA. English
Physical description xxvi, 370 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Series University of Chicago geography research paper ; no. 242.
University of Chicago geography research paper ; no. 242.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 305-336) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Two Hundred Years of Indian Policy in the United States -- 3. From Sovereign Tribal Territory to the Indian Reservations of Today -- 4. The American Indian Population -- 5. The Socioeconomic Status of American Indians -- 6. The "Economic Spirit" and Economic Structure of Indian Reservations: American Indian Value Systems and Other Regulating Factors -- 7. The Role of Mining on Reservation Lands -- 8. The Critical Issue of Tribal Water Rights -- 9. The Importance of Agriculture and Forestry -- 10. Manufactures and Services on the Reservations -- 11. Epilogue.
Summary "In the most comprehensive and detailed cultural-geographic study ever conducted of the American Indian reservations in the forty-eight contiguous states, Klaus Frantz explores the reservations as living environments rather than historical footnotes. Although this study provides well-researched documentation of the generally deplorable living conditions on the reservations, it also discovers and highlights the many possibilities for positive change."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Indian reservations -- United States.
Indians of North America -- Social conditions.
Indians of North America -- Economic conditions.
ISBN 0226260895 (paper : alk. paper)