aboriginal art, 130, 132 fig. 3.5, 137,
168 70
abstract works, 96, 100, 104, 139,
146 48, 161, 176
Acconci, Vito, 94
Acoma Garden (Webster), 192n34
act up, 77, 78
African Americans, 15, 76, 137, 171
agriculture, 35, 36, 113, 123, 133
aids crisis, 3, 15, 76, 77 fig. 2.5, 78
Airbus a320. See Please the Waters
airport codes, 16 fig. i.7, 103, 110, 172
Alberro, Alexander, 128
Alcatraz to San Francisco march (1978),
149
Alfred, Taiaiake, 38 39, 40
america
(Baumgarten), 159 60, 160
fig. 3.19
American flag, inverted, 148
American Indian Movement, 15, 126,
142, 148
American Indian Religious Freedom Act
(1978), 148
American Leagues, 88, 89 fig. 2.13, 170
American Policy, 100, 101 fig. 2.20, 102
fig. 2.21, 105, 127, 168 69
Anderson, Benedict, 120
Andrews, Malcolm, 41, 58
animation, 76, 78, 79 fig. 2.7, 188n17
Anishnaabe Nation, 80, 167
Annual Friendship Powwow (Denver
Art Museum), 145
Apache Nation, 108 9
apartheid, 50, 52, 53 fig. 1.12, 57, 168
Apartheid, Oklahoma, 50, 52, 53 fig. 1.12,
57, 168
Appadurai, Arjun, 33
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 58 59
Appleton, Jay, 41
Arapaho Nation: art workshops for
children, 173 fig. 6; bison hunting, 34,
35 36; Canton murals (Cheyenne-
Arapaho Reservation, Oklahoma),
176 79, 179 fig. 4.11; Cheyenne and
Arapahoe Tribal Statistical Area,
34; Cheyenne- Arapaho Reservation,
Oklahoma, 176 79; Colorado War,
36; forced displacement of, 36 37,
147; massacre of Cheyenne and
Arapaho (November 29, 1864), 36, 37,
86, 93, 100, 143; treaties, 34 35; in
Wheel, 96, 112, 138 39, 147
archival impulse: amnesia of history,
8 fig. i.4, 49 50, 118 21, 129 30,
132 34, 137 38, 142 44; community
collaborations, 7, 49 50, 63, 79,
126 27, 168 73; exploration of
indigenous knowledge, 7, 93, 95, 100;
Moving Behind’s testimony, 93, 95,
100; Native Hosts reflecting, 50;
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