Staging indigeneity salvage tourism and the performance of Native American history
"As tourists increasingly moved across the United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, a surprising number of communities looked to capitalize on the histories of Native American people to create tourist attractions. From the Happy Canyon Indian Pageant and Wild West Sho...
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University of North Carolina Press
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