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Aboriginalpeople:atChicagoWorld’s
Fair, 36–49, 50–62; combined op-
portunities for laborand kinship
gatherings, 105, 109–10, 199–200;
defined,212n.17
Alaska: and American rule, 138, 143;
and Emily Carr, 144–45, 153; desire
forstatehood,143,156;development
of infrastructure, 142–43; maps, vi–
vii; and John Muir, 140–41; racially
segregated schools in, 135, 176, 196;
assourceof hoppickers,77;tourism
andindustryin,139,140,142–43. See
also Sitka;Tlingit
Alaskan,The,178
AlaskaNativeBrotherhood,169,196
‘‘Alaska’sCall,’’203–5
AlaskaSteamshipCompany,141,149,153
Alcohol. See Liquor
Alert Bay, British Columbia: estab-
lishment of Christian mission, 20;
growthof,22,52;jailat,29,30;map,
vi; opening of Indian agent’s office,
20–21. Seealso Kwakwaka’wakw
Allard,George,180. Seealso Daviscase
Allard,Lizzie,177,180,187,188,189,195,
259n.110. Seealso Daviscase
Allard,Mary,187. Seealso Daviscase
Allard,Peter,177,195. Seealso Daviscase
Allard,William(‘‘Wasca’’),180,183,184,
187. Seealso Daviscase
Allen,Frank,93
Allen,Henry,93,106
AnglicanChurch. See ChurchMission-
arySociety
Anthropologists: competition with
tourists,6;andhoppickers,125,133;
andexhibitsatChicagoWorld’sFair,
36–39, 45–46, 58; reliance on high-
ranking informants, 65; salvage, 5,
6,16,37,38,46. Seealso Boas,Franz;
ChicagoWorld’sFair(1893);Putnam,
FredericWard
Anthropology: and ChicagoWorld’s
Fair, 36, 45–46, 58; and collection of
Aboriginalartifacts,5,6,32,151;early
developmentasdiscipline,5;aseco-
nomic opportunity for Aboriginal
people, 58, 62–63, 198; as popular
entertainment,46,90
Anti-Asiansentiment,79,117,119
Antimodernism,6
Apache,Antonio,38,39,199
Artifacts,4;baskets,90,91,96,144–45,
146–47,150–52;collectionof,32,151,
160;andDaviscase,178–79,185,186,
192;andlinktonature,147,242n.45;
makingof,101,152,168;pricesof,145,
150,152;saleatChicagoWorld’sFair,
4, 57–58; sale at hop camps, 91, 94,
96;saleinSitka,140,143,144–45,146,
148–50, 164; silverwork, 148–49. See
also Anthropologists;Tourism
‘‘AuthenticIndians,’’colonialnotionsof,
3,212n.13;akinto‘‘one-drop’’racial
rule,8,175,182–83,191,195,200;and
assimilation,9,196;associationwith
nature, 7, 124–27, 128, 133, 147, 198,
242 n.45, 243 n.62; as collective not
individual,196;andcostsforAborigi-
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