The Sesquicentennial of Indian Survivance in Minnesota

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Abstract

The article talks about the sesquicentennial celebration of survival and resistance by American Indian citizens in Minnesota in 2008. With their sesquicentennial celebration, American Indians will enter another era of relations with the state and federal governments. Minnesota is the homeland of Ojibwe people, located in the lakes and forests of central and northern Minnesota. Civil rights movement and Indian activism led to the creation of the Department of American Indian Studies at the University of Minnesota.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationOAH Annual Meeting Supplement
PublisherOrganization of American Historians
PagesA7
ISBN (Print)10591125
StatePublished - Feb 2007

Publication series

NameOAH Newsletter
Volume35

Keywords

  • CIVIL rights movements
  • FEDERAL government
  • INDIANS
  • MINNESOTA
  • OJIBWA Indians
  • RESISTANCE (Psychoanalysis)
  • STATE governments
  • SURVIVAL behavior (Humans)

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