14-3 Spring 2003 “Your Heroes Are Not Our Heroes” Table of Contents

Feb 15th, 2003 | By | Category: 14-3: Your Heroes Are Not Our Heroes, Archives

14-3 SPRING 2003Features

Beyond “Discovery,” Lewis & Clark from an Indigenous Perspective
By Dr. Richard Littlebear (Northern Cheyenne) TCJ PAID CONTENT

Bicentennial Offers Opportunities for Tourism and Good Will
By Dorreen Yellow Bird (Sahnish) TCJ PAID CONTENT

Of Horses and Men: Superintendent Asbury’s Deadly Assault on the Crow
By Carrie Moran McCleary (Chippewa Cree) TCJ PAID CONTENT

History Comes Alive at Tribal Colleges
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Setting the Record Straight
By Rebecca L. Robbins, Ph.D. (Standing Rock Sioux) TCJ PAID CONTENT

Faces Behind the Tribal College Movement
To celebrate AIHEC’s 30th anniversary, TCJ is publishing a series of tributes.TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Dear Readers: TCJ Announces Personnel Changes
By Marjane Ambler

Editor’s Essay: Your Heroes Are Not Our Heroes
By Marjane Ambler

Profile: Jerry Slater
By Mary L. Tevebaugh TCJ PAID CONTENT

Voice of the Students: All My Relations
By Richard Blue Cloud Castaneda TCJ PAID CONTENT

Resource Guide

Tribal College News

Media Reviews

About the cover: United Tribes Technical College students created artifacts similar to those collected by Lewis and Clark, and now this shield is hanging at Thomas Jefferson’s home, Monticello. See the article “History Comes Alive at Tribal Colleges” by Marjane Ambler. Upper photo courtesy of the Denver Public Library Western Historical Collection. Cover design by Walt Pourier, Nakota Designs Inc.

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