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Laura Cornelius Kellogg
Our Democracy and the American Indian and Other Works

Edited by Kristina Ackley and Cristina Stanciu

Cloth $39.95s    |    978-0-8156-3390-7    |    2015

ebook 978-0-8156-5314-1

"This work will restore to the field of Native American studies an important but often forgotten figure. The time is right for a critical reevaluation of Laura Kellogg’s writings and political legacy."—Scott Manning Stevens, director, Native American Studies Program, Syracuse University

"Our Democracy is Kellogg’s most comprehensive discussion of the difficulties American Indians faced and the fullest explanation of her plan to develop cooperative industrial villages on Indian reservations."—A. LaVonne Brown Ruoff, author of American Indian Literatures

"Oddly, the explosion of scholarship about Native Americans has often featured more examples of historians talking about Indians than of scholars helping us to hear indigenous voices. This book is an exception. Thanks to Ackley and Stanciu we can now hear clearly a unique and challenging voice, set in context and brought to life by two outstanding scholars. Read and reflect."—Frederick E. Hoxie, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

  Laura Cornelius Kellogg

  Kristina Ackley is a tenured member of the faculty in Native American studies at Evergreen State College. Cristina Stanciu is an assistant professor of English at Virginia Commonwealth University, where she teaches courses in American Indian studies and multiethnic literatures of the United States.

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