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Native American Healing & Medicine

.... American Indian Medicine for Treatment of Illness Mehl-Madrona (1999) reported on traditional Native American healing practices that are being sought more and ....

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Native American Attitudes Toward Illness

.... This is followed by research regarding current health of American Indians, American Indian medicine for treatment of illness, holistic health care, mental ....

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Use of Medicine in Ceremony

.... is based on the ramifications of the American colonization of Native Americans. The Indian approach to illness differs from that of western medicine in that ....

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Love Medicine & The Management of Grief

.... In Love Medicine, June Kashpaw, a Chippewa, struggles to find a spiritual balance between Christianity and traditional American Indian beliefs. ....

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Native American Issues in Novels

.... and multiple characters in Love Medicine consist of .... Erdrich's novel addresses Indian concerns rather than feminist .... place of women in Native American society as ....

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Integrative Medicine

.... organization for nurses using Complementary and Alternative Medicine (Global, 2001). It has partnered with the Association of American Indian Physicians and ....

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The American Indian Movement

.... At that meeting, the Sioux medicine men gave Banks and Means their support .... Wounded Knee, and the occupation of the town by the American Indian Movement came to ....

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Struggle of American Indian in Modern America

.... such institution to employ a native "medicine man" to teach Native American traditional ceremonies .... The Indian Relocation Act Congress passed Public Law 93 ....

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The Red Convertible

.... The Red Convertible", which was published as part of her book Love Medicine, is a .... The fact that she so strongly identifies with the American Indian side of her ....

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The Red Convertibles

.... The Red Convertible", which was published as part of her book Love Medicine, is a .... The fact that she so strongly identifies with the American Indian side of her ....

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Three Essays on Literary Works

.... with the Flints that also shows the hospitality that infuses American Indian relations with .... the roles of women, like Loon Woman being a medicine doctor and ....

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The Shaman as Healer

.... Shamanism. Ed. Shirley Nicholson. Wheaton: Theosophical, 1987. Vogel, Virgil J. American Indian Medicine. Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 1970.

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WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program

.... for poor outcomes.ö (Institute of Medicine, 2000) The .... has occurred among the Native American population. In this case, Indian Tribal Organizations serve as ....

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Love Medicine (Louise Erdrich)

.... Louise Erdrich's episodic, saga-like novel Love Medicine. Her characters are Native American, Chippewa specifically, and .... narrative is one of "Indian-ness." As ....

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Two Native American Writers

.... I'd work a medicine (Erdrich 210). .... "The Novel as Performance: Communication in Louise Erdrich's Tracks." Studies in American Indian Literatures. ....

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The Kiowa Language

.... as a medicine bundle and is considered an extremely potent medicine, or talisman .... The loss of the language of all American Indian tribes has been contributed to ....

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Peyotism

.... It is a divine instructor and medicine and helps true believers to receive knowledge from God and Jesus. .... American Indian Quarterly 18 (2), 283-285.

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Pocahontas

.... great insight into the legendary Native American from a .... her standing as much more than an Indian maiden, for Pocahontas ôas Amonute, medicine woman- was ....

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Native American Commentators

.... Indian Movement, was anything like armed Indian resistance a .... a narrative historical poem about the American West .... however, looking for "some old medicine man who ....

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Native American Environmental Philosophies

.... especially when in comes in the guise of food, medicine, and assistance .... Arguments for and Against American Indian Environmental Philosophies Those in favor of ....

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Native American Literature

.... men trying to do something about Indian ghetto problems. .... While his father was a medicine man, Ted had .... he finished high school, joined the American army, became ....

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Alcohol and Native American Experience

.... The Grass Dancer and Louise Erdich's Love Medicine as a .... has an enormous negative impact on the Indian culture. .... for the death of the Native American culture and ....

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Alternative Healing

.... "Medicine and culture: Limits of biomedical explanation." Lancet, 337, 8749 .... A special population requiring special considerations." American Indian Culture and ....

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Latin American Revolutionary Activists The purpose of this ...

.... Menchu are autobiographies of Latin American revolutionary activists .... ill and we couldn't buy medicine, because we .... glad he was not an Indian--beneath contempt ....

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Two Autobiographies of Latin American Activists The purpose of ...

.... Menchu are autobiographies of Latin American revolutionary activists .... ill and we couldn't buy medicine, because we .... glad he was not an Indian--beneath contempt ....

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Shamanism: An Overview

.... Concise Encyclopedia of the American Indian. New York: Wings, 1999. Hyman, Mark A. "The First Mind-Body Medicine: Bringing Shamanism into the 21st Century ....

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Love Medicine Erdrich

.... While the bonds of love as healing (ie, love medicine) remain a .... herself of her own worth as a Native American in a .... Because I don’t have that much Indian blood ....

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Native American Scholarship

.... absorbing history of the Native American religion called .... in revitalizing the Iroquois Indian community after .... and abortion-and-sterility medicine" (Wallace, 1970 ....

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Writer Louise Erdrich Louise Erdrich, like many of the charact

.... is a mixture of a German-American father and .... parents worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs as .... 28, Erdrich published her first novel Love Medicine - which had ....

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Alcohol Consumption and Abuse

.... as on the science of medicine (Sugarman & .... the SIAP be members of recognized Indian tribes (Kelley .... individuals who are part Native-American experience difficulty ....

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