Articles

Fair Representation? American Indians and the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition.” World History Connected 13:3, October 2016

Reinterpreting Historical Evidence: The Existence of Numerous Menominee Bands at the Time of Earliest European Contact.” In Wendy Everham, ed., Probing the Past: Festschrift in Honor of Leo Schelbert. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2015 . Pp. 3-14

With Rosalyn R. LaPier: “American Indians Moving to Cities.” In Susan Sleeper-Smith, Juliana Barr, Jean M. O’Brien, Nancy Shoemaker, and Scott Stevens, eds., Why You Can’t Teach United States History without American Indians. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2015. Pp. 210-26

With Bjørg Evjen: “Growing Indigenous Influence on Research: Extended Perspectives and a New Methodology? An Historical Approach.” In Kathryn Shanley and Bjørg Evjen, eds., Mapping Indigenous Presence:  North Scandinavian and North American Perspectives. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2015. Pp. 27-56

With Rosalyn R. LaPier:  “‘A One-Man Relocation Team:’ Scott Henry Peters and American Indian Urban Migration in the 1930s.” Western Historical Quarterly 45:1 (Spring 2014): 17-36

With Rosalyn R. LaPier: “Crossroads for a Culture.” Chicago History 38:1 (Spring 2012): 22-43

‘Collecting Among the Menomini:’ Cultural Assault in Twentieth Century Wisconsin.” American Indian Quarterly 34:2 (Spring 2010): 157-93

‘Standing out here in the surf:’ The Termination and Restoration of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians, 1954-1984.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 110:1 (Spring 2009): 6-37. Honorable Mention, 2010 Joel Palmer Award, Oregon Historical Society

Developing a Voice: The Evolution of Self-Determination in an Urban Indian Community.” Wicazo Sa Review, 17:2 (2002): 117-41

The Myth of the Vanishing Race.” Edward S. Curtis’s The North American Indian website, Northwestern University Library & Library of Congress. Mounted in 2001

“Protecting the Menominee Forest: The Urban Setting as a Platform to Advocate for Justice.” In Susan Lobo and Kurt Peters, ed., American Indian Urban Experiences. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press, 2001. Pp. 155-62

From Colonization to Self-Determination: American Indian Higher Education before 1974.” The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 27:2 (1999): 12-23. Originally pp. 16-24 in Joanna Brown, ed., Critical Issues in Indian Higher Education. Chicago: American Indian Press, 1995. ERIC number ED 388 478

“The Chicago American Indian Community, An ‘Invisible’ Minority.” In Maxine S. Seller and Lois Weis, eds., Beyond Black and White: New Voices, New Faces in United States Schools. Albany: State University of New York Press: 1997. Pp. 45-60. Reprinted in Terry Straus and Grant P. Arndt, eds., Native Chicago. Chicago: McNaughton & Gunn, 1998: 167-81; reprinted in Terry Straus, ed., Native Chicago, 2nd Edition, Chicago: Albatross Press, 2002: 293-307

Return to Namä’o Uskíwämît, The Importance of Sturgeon in Menominee Indian History.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 79:1 (Autumn, 1995): 32-48. Reprinted in Menominee Tribal News, April 12, 1996. Pp. 16-19