Index
Page numbers in italics refer to
illustrations.
Abalone, 1–3, 59, 167–68; as animal,
15, 74–77, 117, 139, 147–55; as
food, 3, 21–22, 74–75, 93–94,
147–55, 166; in narratives, 13, 14,
15, 52, 53–55, 98–102, 104, 105,
106, 111, 112–15, 152–54, 164–66,
167; in necklaces and other orna-
ments, 17, 19, 22, 26, 37, 39–42,
43–44, 87, 122; in regalia, 14, 39–
42, 43–44, 75–76, 87, 92, 111, 117,
122–29, 133, 135, 167, 178n4; as
shell, 97–98, 117, 118–21, 151–52,
160, 164
Adelhauser Museum für Natur und
Völkerkunde (Freiburg, Germany),
30, 31, 47
Ainu (Japan), 38
Alvard, Michael, 146
Alvarez, Hank,22,44
American Indian Historical Society
(aihs),29
American Indians: anthropologists
and, 10–11, 16, 94, 135; identity of,
9–10; scholars/intellectuals, 159;
sovereignty of, 8–9, 83, 168–71
Anderson, Benedict, 10
Anderson, M. Kat, 142, 143
Animals: extinction of, 139, 140, 143–
45; as stories, 78; as symbols, 1, 11,
161, 167–68
Baker, Rob, 151
Barrett, Samuel, 78, 80, 174n1,
176n9
Basso, Keith, 38
Bates, Craig, 29–32, 174n7
Bean, Lowell and Thomas Blackburn,
140–42
Beechey, F. W., and A. F. Belcher, 33
Belcher, A. F., and F. W. Beechey, 33
Bibby, Brian, 30
Bigioli, Annie, 14, 64, 69, 71–72, 73,
76, 82, 176n7
Biolsi, Thomas,9
Blackburn, Thomas, and Travis Hud-
son, 30
Boas, Franz, 60; George Hunt and, 8,
70, 146
Boston, John, 14, 39–40, 41, 49, 62,
64, 65–67, 69–72, 74–76, 81, 82,
154, 168
Buckley, Thomas, 64, 67, 165
Bureau of Indian A√airs/Branch of
Acknowledgement Research
(bar/bia),27,28,174n6
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