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Title The people who stayed : southeastern Indian writing after removal / edited by Geary Hobson, Janet McAdams, and Kathryn Walkiewicz

Publ Info Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2010]
2010
LOCATION CALL # STATUS NOTE
 CCRI-Lincoln  PS508 .I5 P465 2010    AVAILABLE
 RWU Main Library  PS508.I5 P465 2010    AVAILABLE
Descript xii, 349 pages ; 24 cm
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Contents Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware -- Carolinas, Tennessee, and Kentucky -- Deep South: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi -- Arkansas, Louisiana, and East Texas
Surviving document genocide / Rose Powhatan -- Blue mountains / Karenne Wood -- Directions, I-VII / Karenne Wood -- The dream of Injun Joe: a page from the Alcatraz seminars / Jack D. Forbes -- For a "home" girl ; The mirror and the Hollywood Indian ; Council decisions ; Grandfather's warclub / Ron Welburn -- Sun moon and feather / Spiderwoman Theater -- A people who would not be driven / Wilson H. Welch -- The Cherokee Indians / Frell McDonald Owl -- The Indian in the war / Henry M. Owl -- Life among the Catawba Indians of South Carolina / Lula Owl Gloyne -- Origin of names among the Cherokee ; Virginia dare or the white fawn / Sylvester Long -- How medicine originated among the Cherokees ; Why the turkey is bald ; The story of the corn / Nan E. Saunooke -- History of the Catawbas / David A. Harris -- Introduction to the Nantahala hiking club gathering ; The Nikwasi mound / Freeman Owle -- The origin of legends ; Why the turtle's shell is cracked / Kathi Smith Littlejohn -- The underground panthers ; Davie's tale / Gregg Howard -- They want you to believe in them / Lynn King Lossiah -- When the roll is called up yonder... will you be there? / Teresa Morris -- Tuscarora migration 90 years 1713-1803 / Teresa Morris -- Something old is new again ; Alliance for Native American Indian Rights ; Tennessee Commission on Indian affairs / Redbird James -- Beautiful zombies ; Prelude to love ; Going home to Cherokee ; Khv:na ; Two plots: Qualla boundary, Cherokee / Gladys Cardiff -- Jukebox / Pamela Masotti -- Off-season ; The change ; Sequinned / Allison Adelle Hedge Coke -- The only medicine sure ; Cherokee ghost story: my father's ; Without thunder ; Of pheasant and blue winged teal / Ralph Salisbury -- A time to heal / Ginny Carney -- School supplies ; Psalm ; Medicinal purposes / Dawn Karima Pettigrew -- Mights and gots is two different things ; God's drugstore ; A silver pocket watch ; Anybody who has growed up barefoot ; Even the stone moves neither swift nor slow ; Cottonwood / Norman H. Russell -- Voices ; Poems for skeletons that dance in my closet like cats on a hot tin roof ; Reflections on mixed blood 1-3 / Patricia Riley -- Affirmative action ; Assimilation / Elizabeth Hosler -- Selu and Kanati ; Bear ; Strawberries ; Rabbit and possum / Jean Starr -- At Kituwah ; Rumors ; In these mountains / MariJo Moore -- [Untitled] ; Out of ashes peace will rise ;Smoky mountain-woman / Marilou Awiakta -- Homecoming / Cynthia Kasee -- A people of traditions / Adolph L. Dial and David K. Eliades -- The land of the Lumbee ; The wall / Delano Cummings -- Cedar songs, left behind / Linda Boyden -- All American boy, a native son / Will Moreau Goins -- Varnertown in the 1950s / Loretta Leach --
Yazoo dusk / Louis Owens -- Hawk hoof tea / Honoree Fanonne Jeffers -- Oklahoma naming / Honoree Fanonne Jeffers -- Dirty hands at the gateway to the west ; Grandfather's lost farm / Drucilla Mims Wall -- Pond / Chip Livingston -- Fading sight ; Gods of nature ; Indian ice ; Trenches of poison ; My name is Deidra, and I'm a Muscogee ; Poor Indian boy / Deidra Suwanee Dees -- From Betty Creek: writing the indigenous deep South ; Whippoorwill / Janet McAdams -- Life-mares ; Poems which came to me / Patricia White McClanahan -- Shards / Cynthia Gaillard -- Landscape: white on white ; Prologues and disasters ; A lover's lesson: the immigrant cemetery at Lepanto / John Woodrow Presley -- A young horseback / Larry Richard -- Traditional / Jennifer Lisa Vest -- Bones / Jennifer Lisa Best -- Harmony ; Simplicity / Moses Jumper, Jr. -- Two hunters ; The corn lady / Betty Mae Jumper -- From Painted grave-houses ; Heaved from the earth ; In Arkansas / Besmilr Brigham -- From The Cherokee lottery / William Jay Smith -- Grandpa witched for water weekdays ; Leaving the women to plow ; Reunion ; The Connally family cemetery, Farm Road 27 Texas state historical site ; The translucence of flesh / Kennette Harrison -- We wait ; Warrior woman / Dale Marie Taylor -- Finding family stories / Terra Trevor -- The poor people ; Whatever happened to that one guy, and, they think it might lead to something ; Statement presented to the U.S. House of Representatives' Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee hearing on the reauthorization of the Endangered Species Act, June 20, 1978 / Jimmie Durham -- A song to tell Robert Bly how we do this in my language ; Una limpia por Chelleye ; Song for all my relatives south of the Red River ;Texas traces ; U-ne-ga / Kimberly G. Roppolo -- Cherishing our past... building for our future / Earl J. Barbry, Sr. -- Back end of the canal / Roger Emile Stouff -- Twenty-seven days on the Levee: 1927 / Edythe Simpson Hobson -- From The last of the Ofos ; The folks left out of the photographs / Geary Hobson
Note After passage of the Indian Removal Act in 1830, tens of thousands of American Indians were relocated from the American Southeast. Yet, as the editors of this volume amply demonstrate, a significant Indian population remained behind after those massive relocations. The first anthology to focus on the literary work of Native Americans who trace their ancestry to "people who stayed" in southeastern states after 1830, this volume represents every state and every genre, including short stories, excerpts from novels, poetry, essays, plays, and even Web postings. Although most works are contemporary, the collection covers the entire post-Removal era. Some of the contributors are well known, while others have only recently emerged as important literary voices. All of the writers in The People Who Stayed affirm their Indian ancestry, though many live outside the Southeast today. As this anthology demonstrates, indigenous Southeastern writing engages the local and the global, the traditional and the modern. While many speak to the prospects and perils of acculturation, all the writers bear witness to the ways, oblique or straightforward, that they and their families continue to honor their Indian identities despite the legacy of removal. In an introduction to the volume and in headnotes on each contributor, the editors provide historical context and literary insight on the diversity of writing and lived experiences found in these pages. All readers, from students to scholars, will gain newfound understanding of the literature--and the human experience--of Native people of the American Southeast
LC subject Indians of North America -- Southern States -- Literary collections
American literature -- Indian authors
Add Author Hobson, Geary
McAdams, Janet, 1957-
Walkiewicz, Kathryn, 1981-
ISBN 9780806141367 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0806141360 (pbk. : alk. paper)