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unbalanced perspective: two Minnesota textbooks examined by an American Indian
Chris C. Cavender
by Training Center for Community Programs, University of Minnesota in Minneapolis
Written in English
Bibliography: leaf 21.
|Statement||by Chris C. Cavender. Edited by Arthur M. Harkins [and] Richard G. Woods.|
|LC Classifications||E76.6 .C38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||72612363|
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Unbalanced perspective: two Minnesota textbooks examined by an American Indian. Minneapolis, Training Center for Community Programs, University of Minnesota, (OCoLC) Named Person: Antoinette E Ford; Theodore Christian Blegen: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Chris C Cavender.
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[Chris C Cavender; Arthur M Harkins; Richard G Woods] -- The main purpose of this paper was to show what the author, a Sioux Indian, regards as the lack of a balanced perspective in history books dealing with the American Indian--in particular the Indian.
TITLE An Unbalanced Perspective: Two Minnesota Textbooks. Examined by an American Indian. INSTITUTION Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Training Center for. Community Programs. DUB DATE Sen NOTE?Up. AVATIABIE FROM Training Center for Community Programs, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (S1.r0) ERRS PRICE.
DESCRIPTORS. TDPS price. Unbalanced Perspective: Two Minnesota Textbooks Examined by an American Indian. Publication Improving the Education of Minnesota's Students from Pre-K through College: Measuring Student Progress and Using Data to Drive Decision Making.
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