By Donald Preziosi, Claire Farago
"Art isn't What you think that It Is" makes use of unique study to give a chain of severe incursions into the present kingdom of dialogue at the inspiration of artwork, making take place what has been mostly lacking or unsaid in these discussions. hyperlinks museology, heritage, idea, and feedback to the realities of up to date social stipulations and exhibits how they've got structurally functioned in various contexts. offers with divisive and arguable difficulties akin to blasphemy and idolatry, and the matter of creative fact. Addresses kin among ecu notions approximately artwork and artifice and people built in different and particularly indigenous cultural traditions.
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Bureau of Indian Affairs (Record Group 75), National Archives & Records Administration, Washington, DC, College Park, MD, and other regional records centers; Archives Research Room, Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City; Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma, Norman. Current Comment Kappler, C. J. ). (1904). Indian affairs: Laws and treaties (Vols. 1–2). Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs. (1824–1949). Annual report(s). Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.
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S. government and loans were made available to these communities. These efforts became the foundation of modern tribal governments that are more self-sufficient today. The IRA years continued until the outbreak of World War II. As many as 25,000 American Indian men entered the armed services during the war. Later, 10,000 to 12,000 served in the Korean conflict, and 43,000 served in Vietnam. World War II convinced Congress that American Indians could live in urban areas, where jobs were available, at a time when reservation economies were suffering.