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The Society of American Indians and Its Legacies: A Special Combined Issue of SAIL and AIQ
Guest Editors Chadwick Allen and Beth H. Piatote
Introduction: Locating the Society of American Indians
To promote the good citizenship of the Indians of this country, to help in all progressive movements to this end, and to emulate the sturdy characteristics of the North American Indian, especially his honesty and patriotism.
Four Thousand Invitations
Philip J. Deloria
The Indian/Agent Aporia
Beth H. Piatote
To promote all efforts looking to the advancement of the Indian in enlightenment which leave him free, as a man, to develop according to the natural laws of social evolution.
Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin: Indigenizing the Federal Indian Service
Cathleen D. Cahill
An Indian Woman of Many Hats: Laura Cornelius Kellogg's Embattled Search for an Indigenous Voice
Laura Cornelius Kellogg, Lolomi, and Modern Oneida Placemaking
A Prescription for Freedom: Carlos Montezuma, Wassaja, and the Society of American Indians
To exercise the right to oppose any movement which appears detrimental to the race.
The Peyote Controversy and the Demise of the Society of American Indians
Thomas C. Maroukis
Singing at a Center of the Indian World: The sai and Ohio Earthworks
Marti L. Chaatsmith
"Help Indians Help Themselves": Gertrude Bonnin, the sai, and the ncai
P. Jane Hafen
In all conferences and meetings of this association, there shall be broad, free discussion of all subjects bearing upon the welfare of the race.
The sai and the End(s) of Intellectual History
Bundling the Day and Unraveling the Night
This association will direct its energies exclusively to general principles and universal interests, and will not allow itself to be used for any personal or private interests. The honor of the race and the good of the country will always be paramount.
Transnational Progressivism: African Americans, Native Americans, and the Universal Races Congress of 1911
Kyle T. Mays
The Soul of Unity: The Quarterly Journal of the Society of American Indians, 1913—1915
Gregory D. Smithers
Ho-Chunk Warrior, Intellectual, and Activist: Henry Roe Cloud Fights for the Apaches
Renya K. Ramirez
Carlos Montezuma's Fight against "Bureauism": An Unexpected Pima Hero
It is the sense of this committee that every member of the association should exert his influence in every legitimate way to bring before each member of the race the necessity of promoting good citizenship.
The Mutuality of Citizenship and Sovereignty: The Society of American Indians and the Battle to Inherit America
K. Tsianina Lomawaima