The Only Good Indian
Essays by Canadian Indians

Waubageshig
Publisher:  New Press, Toronto, Canada
Year Published:  1970   First Published: 
Pages:  188pp  
Dewey:  970.471
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6474

The authors of this book are native people, mostly young, from coast to coast in Canada. They are thoughtful, angry, poetic, full of a generous passion to improve their lives.

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Table of Contents

Preface

1. Statement
Little Leaf
2. Citizen Plus
My Way
3. Conservative Militants
Distant Lonely Soul of Me
4. Vocation or Identity
I am the Redman
5. The Dress
The Marriage
6. The Comfortable Crisis
My Moccasins
7. To be Young and Indian
My Lodge
8. Racism and Indian Cultural Adaptations
The Dance
9. Bread before Books
Banff Indian Seminar
10. The Politics of Patience
The Small Drum
11. Indians and a Treaty
Language of the Soul
12. Native Alliance for Red Power
Old Woman
13. My Very Dear Good Friends

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