Tom Holm

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The Osage Rose

The University of Arizona Press
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A Kiowa Country Mystery

The University of Arizona Press

In Anadarko, a small bootlegger town full of corruption and murder, J.D. Daugherty and Hoolie Smith investigate the disappearances of geologist Frank Shotz and community member Louisa Welbourne. Tackling difficult issues involving racial prejudice with ease, Tom Holm weaves a vivid, suspenseful tale of the fight between good and evil.

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Native Apparitions

Critical Perspectives on Hollywood’s Indians

The University of Arizona Press

Native Apparitions offers a critical intervention and response to Hollywood’s representations of Native peoples in film, from historical works by director John Ford to more contemporary works, such as Apocalypto and Avatar. But more than a critique of stereotypes, this book is a timely call for scholarly activism engaged in Indigenous media sovereignty.

  • Publication year: 2017
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Strong Hearts, Wounded Souls

Native American Veterans of the Vietnam War

University of Texas Press

The experiences of Native American veterans in Vietnam and readjusting to civilian life.

  • Publication year: 1996
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The Great Confusion in Indian Affairs

Native Americans and Whites in the Progressive Era

University of Texas Press

How Native Americans' sense of identity and “peoplehood” helped them resist and ultimately defeat the U.S. government's attempts to assimilate them into white society in the early twentieth century.

  • Publication year: 2005
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