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Ward Churchill has emerged during the last decade as one of many most powerful and such a lot influential voices of local resistance in North the United States. From a local Son collects his most vital and unflinching essays, which discover the topics of

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On the supposed dispute between the Hopis and Navajos, and the federal-cor­ porate role in fostering it, see Kammer, Jerry, The Second Long Walk: The NavajO-Hopi Land Dispute (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1980) . C: Christic Institute, 1 988) . 47. , "The Battle for Newe Segobia: The Western Shoshone Land Rights Struggle," in Critical Issues in Native North America, Vol. II, ed. Ward Churchill (Copenhagen: IWGIA Document 68, 1991), pp. 86-98. On the Black Hills, see the special issue of Wicazo Sa Review, vol.

On Columbus' signature, see Thatcher, op. , p. 454. 25. City of Genoa, Christopher Columbus: Documents and Proofs of His Genoese Origin, Instituto d'Arti Grafiche (Genoa: 1931; English language edition, 1932). 26. de la Torre, Jose, Beatriz Enriquez de Harana (Madrid: Iberoamericana Publishers, 1933). 27. Gandia, Enrique de, Historia de Cristobal Col6n: analisis critico (Buenos Aires: 1942) . DE CON"STRUCTING TH E C OLUMBUS MYTH 19 28. Silva, Manuel Luciano de, Columbus Was 1 00% Portuguese (Bristol, RI: self published, 1989).

2. According to even a hostile source like Hurt, R. Douglas, Indian Agriculture in America: Prehistory to the Present (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1 987), 32 F R OM A NATIVE S O N about two-thirds o f the dietary requirements o f Native North Americans were met by "horticultural" rather than "hunting and gathering" means. As to the variety of vegetal foodstuffs developed by precontact indigenous people in this hemi­ sphere and then adopted elsewhere, see Weatherford, Jack, Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World (New York: Crown Publishers, 1988 ) .

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