"This is an excellent tribal case study of the kind and caliber needed for further understanding of the termination era. It shows how complicated, intense, and permutable the positions and arguments on termination could be among Native groups. It shows how Native individuals played crucial and diverse roles in affecting tribal outcomes in regard to termination and expansive federal policy." -Sam Herley
, Western Historical Quarterly
About the Author
is the director of Native American Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana.