American Indian Population Recovery in the Twentieth Century-Indian Pueblo Store

American Indian Population Recovery in the Twentieth Century

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The American Indian population has grown phenomenally since 1900, their demographic nadir. No longer a "vanishing" race, Indians have rebounded to 1492 population estimates in nine decades. Until now, most research has focused on catastrophic population decline, but Nancy Shoemaker studies how and why American Indians have recovered. Her analysis of the social, cultural, and economic implications of the family and demographic patterns fueling the recovery compares five different Indian groups: the Seneca Nation in New York State, Cherokees in Oklahoma, Red Lake Ojibway's in Minnesota, Yakama's in Washington State, and Navajos in the Southwest.

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