Perhaps the most valuable contribution that Professors Bataille's and Silet’s treatise makes is to connect the images of the American Indian in movies with antecedent images. The scope of their investigation predates Columbus, includes critical American historical imagery production, takes the reader to the very beginnings of the movie industry, and brings us up-to-date on the effects of the “Great Society” outfalls for both image. and employment of American Indians in the screen entertainment establishment.

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