Book Review| November 01 2016
Review: Clyde Warrior: Tradition, Community and Red Power by Paul R. McKenzie-Jones
Clyde Warrior: Tradition, Community and Red Power. By Paul R. McKenzie-Jones. (
University of Oklahoma Press,
2015. xxii + 234 pp. $29.95 cloth)
Pacific Historical Review (2016) 85 (4): 596–597.
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Cornel Pewewardy; Review: Clyde Warrior: Tradition, Community and Red Power by Paul R. McKenzie-Jones. Pacific Historical Review 1 November 2016; 85 (4): 596–597. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/phr.2016.85.4.596
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