Laura Cornelius Kellogg: Our Democracy and the American Indian and Other Works (The Iroquois and Their Neighbors)

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[Explores] an often overlooked but integral and arguably paramount figure in pre-1930 American Indian literary and political circles. (Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers)

Editors Kristina Ackley and Cristina Stanciu compiled a book that does not only serve as an eye-witness account of the dire years between 1901 and 1929, but also (re)establishes the legacy of an activist, poet, organizer, ethnographer, and, first and foremost, a community member devoting her life to her people. (The Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies)

Book Description

Offering an extensive introduction and annotations, this edition revives Kellogg’s legacy as an early twentieth-century Native intellectual by bringing together her fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and congressional testimonies.

About the Author

Kristina Ackley is a tenured member of the faculty in Native American studies at Evergreen State College.

Cristina Stanciu is an assistant professor of English at Virginia Commonwealth University, where she teaches courses in American Indian studies and multiethnic literatures of the United States. (Source)

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