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    Name and DescriptionNationLocation
    Essay on the Choctaw trail of tears
    Choctaw US - Southeast
    Essay on the Choctaw trail of tears, where a great nation was forced to move from ancestral homelands by aggressive treaties of the United States government in the early nineteenth century.
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      US - Southwest
    An essay honoring the Mescalero Apache people. I describe their base metaphor, a quartered circle, with some history and cultural context.
    Media Portrayal and Anthropologist Treatment of Ishi
      United States
    by Chris Watson, c. 2000
    "In 1911, an aboriginal "wild man" walked into the twentieth century white world. I will describe how the media of those days portrayed the last wild Native American, Ishi, and I will propose some possible reasons why he was portrayed that way. Anthropology was a relatively new subject then, and Alfred Kroeber was a rising star in California. He was the sponsor of Ishi. I will describe some possible motivations of Kroeber before and after his time with Ishi, based on what I have been able to find out about mankind in general and Alfred Kroeber in particular."

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