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...
University of North Carolina Press
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