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Momaday dramatizes the grounding of stories in place in the Introduction to The Way to Rainy Mountain. ’’21 The nature of the landscape thus often determined the nature of the stories that oriented Indian cultures. Sometimes this profound sense of place is addressed in descriptions of monumental settings such as McNickle’s vast Montana landscapes in Surrounded. Simon Ortiz and other Native poets have shown how it can be evoked with images of small ordinary places and objects – as small as a juniper root in a New Mexico dry wash.

Ed. 1993) Sandra Cisneros, The House on Mango Street (F) Janet Hale Campbell,* Jailing of Cecilia Capture (F) Wilma Mankiller, first woman principal chief of the Cherokee Paula Gunn Allen,* The Sacred Hoop (NF) James Welch,* Fools Crow (F) Louise Erdrich,* Beet Queen (F) Michael Doris,* Yellow Raft in Blue Water (F) Gerald Vizenor,* Griever (F) Gloria Anzaldu´a, Borderlands /La Frontera (A, NF, P) Toni Morrison, Beloved (F) Louise Erdrich,* Tracks (F) Ella Deloria,* Waterlily (F, written in 1940s) Anna Lee Walters,* Ghost Singer (F) Harper’s Anthology of Twentieth Century Native American Poetry, Duane Niatum,* ed.

25 per acre Frederick Douglass, The Narrative (A) Edgar Allan Poe, The Raven and Other Poems (P) Florida and Texas annexed Most Seminoles removed to Indian Territory War with Mexico (ends 1848) GeorgeCopway,*Life,History, andTravelsofKah-ge-ga-gah-bowh(A) Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo SW and California tribes under US control California gold rush Office of Indian Affairs moved to Dept. of Interior George Copway,* Traditional History . . of the Ojibway (NF) Ralph Waldo Emerson, Representative Men (NF) Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter (F) California admitted as state Fugitive Slave Law passed Herman Melville, Moby-Dick (F) 27 KENNETH M.

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