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Press Releases from Bauu Institute and Press (3 total)

First Book To Compare Native American Authors From the United States and Canada …

Contemporary Native Fiction in the U.S. and Canada is the first book to focus on Native American authors from the United States and Canada through the lens of postcolonialism. Bauu Institute and Press, a leading research institute and publisher of books, news, and information on indigenous peoples around the world is pleased to announce the publication of Contemporary Native Fiction in the U.S. and Canada. On the occasion Director Peter

Major Publication on the Ghost Dance Religion, Mormons, and American Indians Rei …

After more than a decade of research and writing, the second edition of the landmark publication Mormons, Indians, and the Ghost Dance Religion of 1890 is re-issued. Bauu Institute and Press, a leading research institute and publisher of books, news, and information on indigenous peoples around the world is pleased to announce the publication of Mormons, Indians, and the Ghost Dance Religion of 1890, Second Edition. On the occasion Director Peter

First Book to Discuss American Indian Place Names in Southern New England Releas …

Understanding Indian Places Names in Southern New England is the first book to provide a method and process for interpreting regional American Indian place names. Bauu Institute and Press, a leading research institute and publisher of books, news, and information on indigenous peoples around the world is pleased to announce the publication of Understanding Indian Place Names in Southern New England. On the occasion Director Peter N. Jones, Ph.D. explained the