Native Peoples and Tourism

An issue of: Ethnohistory

Native Peoples and Tourism
Journal Issue Pages: 184 Volume 50, Number 3 Published: 2003 An issue of Ethnohistory
Special Issue Editor: Larry Nesper

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1. Editor’s Statement–Neil L. Whitehead

2. Native Peoples and Tourism: An Introduction–Larry Nesper, guest editor

3. Pocahontas at the Fair: Crafting Identities at the 1907 Jamestown Exposition–

Frederic W. Gleach

4. Simulating Culture: Being Indian for Tourists in Lac du Flambeau’s Wa-Swa-Gon Indian Bowl–Larry Nesper, guest editor

5. Tourists and Tribes in the ‘‘New’’ South Africa–Gerhard Schutte

6. Milpa As an Ideological Weapon: Tourism and Maya Migration to Cancún–Alicia Re Cruz

7. Two Kwakwaka’wakw Museums: Heritage and Politics–Marie Mauzé

8. Welcome to This House: A Century of Makah People Honoring Identity and Negotiating Cultural Tourism–Patricia Pierce Erikson

9. Imagining the Nation with House Odds: Representing American Indian

Identity at Mashantucket–John J. Bodinger de Uriarte

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10. Cultural Displays and Tourism in Africa and the Americas–Kathleen M. Adams

11. Staged Encounters: Postmodern Tourism and Aboriginal People–Michael Harkin

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ISBN Paperback: 978-0-8223-6566-2
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