Amazon cover image
Image from Amazon.com

Medicine ways : disease, health, and survival among Native Americans / edited by Clifford E. Trafzer and Diane Weiner.

Contributor(s): Weiner, Diane
Language: English Series: Contemporary Native American communities : stepping stones to the seventh generationPublisher: Walnut Creek, Calif., Oxford : AltaMira Press, 2001.Description: xx, 282p. : ill., tables ; 23cm.ISBN: 0742502554
Contents:
Removing the heart of the Choctaw people: Indian removal from a native perpsective / Donna L. Akers; Blood came from their mouths; Tongva and Chumash responses to the pandemic of 1801 / Edward D. Castillo; "In the fall of the year we were troubled with some sickness": typhoid fever deaths at Sherman Institute, 1904 / Jean A. Keller; Blinded with science: American Indians, the Office of Indian Affairs and the Federal campaign against trachoma, 1924-1927 / Todd Benson; Infant mortality on the Yakama Indian Reservation, 1914-1964 / Clifford E. Trafzer; American Indian views of public health nursing, 1930-1950 / Nancy Reifel; Interpreting ideas about diabetes, genetics and inheritance / Diane Weiner; The embodiment of a working identity: power and process in Rarámuri ritual healing / Jerome M. Levi; Meeting the challenges of American Indian diabetes: anthropological perspectives on prevention and treatment / Brooke Olson; Pathways to health: an American Indian breast cancer education project / Felicia Schanche Hodge and John Casken; Cancer among American Indians and Alaska natives: trouble with numbers / Linda Burhansstipanov, James W. Hampton and Martha J. Tenney; The origins of Navajo youth gangs / Eric Henderson, Stephen J. Kunitz and Jerrold E. Levy; Helplessness, hopelessness and despair: identifying the precursors to Indian youth suicide / Troy Johnson and Holly Tomren; Self-sufficiency and community revitalization among American Indians in the Southwest: American Indian leadership training / Jeanette Hassin and Robert S. Young.
Holdings
Item type Home library Collection Shelving location Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode
Book British Museum
Africa Oceania and the Americas Open Shelves KUB [TRA-] (Browse shelf(Opens below)) 1 Available M40405

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Removing the heart of the Choctaw people: Indian removal from a native perpsective / Donna L. Akers; Blood came from their mouths; Tongva and Chumash responses to the pandemic of 1801 / Edward D. Castillo; "In the fall of the year we were troubled with some sickness": typhoid fever deaths at Sherman Institute, 1904 / Jean A. Keller; Blinded with science: American Indians, the Office of Indian Affairs and the Federal campaign against trachoma, 1924-1927 / Todd Benson; Infant mortality on the Yakama Indian Reservation, 1914-1964 / Clifford E. Trafzer; American Indian views of public health nursing, 1930-1950 / Nancy Reifel; Interpreting ideas about diabetes, genetics and inheritance / Diane Weiner; The embodiment of a working identity: power and process in Rarámuri ritual healing / Jerome M. Levi; Meeting the challenges of American Indian diabetes: anthropological perspectives on prevention and treatment / Brooke Olson; Pathways to health: an American Indian breast cancer education project / Felicia Schanche Hodge and John Casken; Cancer among American Indians and Alaska natives: trouble with numbers / Linda Burhansstipanov, James W. Hampton and Martha J. Tenney; The origins of Navajo youth gangs / Eric Henderson, Stephen J. Kunitz and Jerrold E. Levy; Helplessness, hopelessness and despair: identifying the precursors to Indian youth suicide / Troy Johnson and Holly Tomren; Self-sufficiency and community revitalization among American Indians in the Southwest: American Indian leadership training / Jeanette Hassin and Robert S. Young.

Book