Boughter, Judith A.
Title Betraying the Omaha Nation, 1790-1916
Binding Hard Cover
Book Condition Good
Jacket Condition Very Good
Publisher Norman, Oklahoma, USA University of Oklahoma Press 1998
0806130911 / 9780806130910
Book ID SCW13693
BZ1 - A hard cover withdrawn ex-library book in good+ to very good- condition with a dust jacket in very good+ condition. A sequence of numbers with the "1" present appear on the copyright page with no additional printings indicated. A tight, clean, sound copy in brown cloth covered boards with silver letting on the spine with very minor overall shelf wear with the usual library stamps, label, and pocket on the top outside paper edges, the copyright page, and the back free endpaper plus there is some glue and paper residue on the front and back fixed endpapers form where the dust jacket mylar sleeve endflaps were glued to the boards. The dust jacket shows only very, very minor overall shelf wear. A history of the Omaha Indians from 1790 to 1916 and their long term losses of land to federal bureaucrats, reformers, land speculators, and Nebraska politicians. The author places special focus on the assimilationist era and its threat to the Omaha's rich culture. Endnotes, bibliography, indexed, 289p.
Nonfiction Non-fiction North American Indians Amerindians American Indian History Omaha Nation 1790 1916 1700s 18th Century Eighteenth Century 1800s 19th Century Nineteenth Century 1900s 20th Century Twentieth Century Government Relations Government Polic