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Volume 17, Issue 9 • October 2000
ABC-CLIO Launches Native American Rights Movement CD

ABC-CLIO has announced the release of The Native American Rights Movement in the United States: An Interactive Encyclopedia on CD-ROM.

This CD-ROM provides students in grades 6–12 with information about the eradication, relocation, and acculturation that Native Americans endured as part of U.S. government policy through the use of the following resources:

The CD-ROM also offers detailed information about the Doolittle Commission’s prejudiced 1867 report “Conditions of the Indian Tribes,” Wintu tribe member Carol Miller’s discussion about the 1969–1971 protest occupation of Alcatraz Island, a 19th-century illustration of U.S. troops using bloodhounds to hunt Seminole Indians, 1990 data on reservation living conditions, and a video clip of Oglala Sioux leader Russell Means announcing the 1973 takeover of Wounded Knee.

Source: ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA, 800/368-6868, 805/968-1911;

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