We are not a vanishing people : the Society of American Indians, 1911-1923 / Thomas Constantine Maroukis.
- Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 
xviii, 276 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Indians of North America -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Indians of North America -- Politics and government.
Society of American Indians -- History.
Society of American Indians.
- "The early twentieth-century roots of modern American Indian protest and activism are examined in We Are Not a Vanishing People. It tells the history of Native intellectuals and activists joining together to establish the Society of American Indians, a group of Indigenous men and women united in the struggle for Indian self-determination"-- Provided by publisher.
1. The Society of American Indians: The Founders in a Changing World
2. "We Are All Indian Brothers:" The Early Years, 1911-1912
3. We Are "the Indians of Today:" Mid years, 1913-1914
4. "Let My People Go," 1915-1916
5. The Great War, Citizenship and the Draft, 1917-1918
6. The Final Years, 1919-1923
Conclusion: "We Are Still Here"
Appendix A: Approval of a National Organization, 1911
Appendix B: Constitution: The Society of American Indians
Appendix C: List of Active Members, 1912
Appendix D: Annual Conferences.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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