During the years 1938-1957, according to McNickle, E Deloria, and Peterson, American Indians made significant progress
American Indian Philosophies
3 pages, 1” margins, double-spaced, 10-12 pt font. Please do not add a cover sheet. Simply include your name, course number, and Essay 1 at the top of the page (either centered or adjusted left).
Instructions: Making references to the authors read in Part 3 of your textbook, The American Indian Intellectual Tradition, namely McNickle, E Deloria, Peterson, Owl, Warrior, Thomas, and V Deloria answer the following questions:
During the years 1938-1957, according to McNickle, E Deloria, and Peterson, American Indians made significant progress in terms of their nation-building (McNickle), military service (Deloria), and political participation (Peterson). With this in mind, what is an important example of each one of these three developments, about which each author expresses pride? In turn, what is an example that each author points to as a major concern of theirs?
During the early years of the Indian Protest Movement, Owl, Warrior, and Thomas provide their readers a snapshot of the Indian community in 1962, 1964, and 1965. With respect to each writer, what is an example that is reflective of Owl being a Bureau of Indian Affairs superintendent, of Warrior being a student-activist, and of Thomas being an anthropologist?
(NB: When answering the above questions, it is important that you do not simply reference the same readings in each answer. Mix it up a bit.)
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One of the significant indicators of nation-building developments lies in the contribution to economic development in the American-Indian community. In particular, McNickle highlights cases of an overhaul in the economic conditions of the tribe and improvements in their decision-making processes, to an extent previously not anticipated of the local tribes (273). The changes therein infer a significant transformation of the human activity, much to the welfare of the larger society. Ultimately, such confirms the region’s level of development, with a particular interest on the role of the American Indian’s willingness to participate in an activity considered foreign. However, this also points to significant concerns, as it confirms of government policies such as the Indian Reorganization Act, whose existence threatened the welfare of the Indian tradition, in favor of assimilation practice (McNickle, 273)…….
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