Treaty Shirts: October 2034--A Familiar Treatise on the White Earth Nation

TitleTreaty Shirts: October 2034--A Familiar Treatise on the White Earth Nation
Year for Search2016
AuthorsVizenor, Gerald [Robert](b. 1934)
Date Published2016
PublisherWesleyan University Press
Place PublishedMiddletown, CT
KeywordsMale author, Native American author
Annotation

The novel is concerned with Native Americans resistance to the way the U. S. government abrogated the treaties it had signed and forced the Indians onto reservations. In the novel, the White Earth Nation establishes a government in exile at Fort Saint Charles, at the most northerly point in Minnesota on the Canadian border. See also 1978 and 1991 Vizenor.

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Author Note

Native American Indian (Anishinaabe/Chippewa) author (b. 1934). Professor Emeritus of the University of California, Berkeley, and Professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico. 

Full Text

2016 Vizenor, Gerald [Robert] (b. 1934). Treaty Shirts: October 2034–A Familiar Treatise on the White Earth Nation. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press. NNU

The novel is concerned with Native Americans resistance to the way the U. S. government abrogated the treaties it had signed and forced the Indians onto reservations. In the novel, the White Earth Nation establishes a government in exile at Fort Saint Charles, at the most northerly point in Minnesota on the Canadian border. See also 1978 and 1991 Vizenor. Native American Indian (Anishinaabe/Chippewa) author. Professor Emeritus of the University of California, Berkeley, and Professor of American Studies at the University of New Mexico.