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Masters ThesisFish, forests, fire and freedom : infringements of Karuk religious freedom through federal natural resource managementHolmlund, Robert CroyReligious freedom is necessarily a broad concept since it must apply to a wide range of religions. Yet, religious freedom in the United States is rooted in the First Amendment, which was created for a limited set of religions (i.e., Protestant Christi . . .
Masters ThesisThe rationalization for French involvement in North America : the role of seventeenth century eyewitnessesBuckley, G.T.How the written works of seventeenth century French explorers and clergy justified French presence in North America.
Masters ThesisBorsch, TarynLimited documentation exists about the therapeutic effects of gardening for Native Americans. Native American individuals who utilized services at local Inter-Tribal Health Center participated in a horticulture group which has been in place since Apri . . .
Masters ThesisSpirals of (re)knowing: an analysis of the construction of place/space in women’s communities through ceremony in Joy Harjo's poetryCowherd, Stephanie G.My Master’s Project explores the construction of place/space in Harjo’s poems as a form of ceremony. I argue that Harjo utilizes language as a tool to construct the place/space necessary for her as well as her communities to engage in discourse with e . . .