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Vine Deloria
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birth date March 26, 1933; death date November 13, 2005
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Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Deloria, Vine
WALLACE STEGNER AWARD. Center of the Americn West. University of Colorado at Boulder. Boulder, CO. 2002 (10/23/2002 - 10/23/2002)
Senate Resolution No. 118. State of Michigan. A RESOLUTION HONORING VINE DELORIA, JR. 1991 (1991 - 1991)
Northern Michigan University. Marquette, MI. HONORARY DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERS. 1991 (1991 - 1991)
Hamline University. St. Paul, MN. HONORARY DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERS. 1979 (1979 - 1979)
Iowa State University. Ames, Iowa. DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD. 1977 (1977 - 1977)
Scholastica College. Duluth, MN. HONORARY DOCTOR OF LETTERS. 1976 (1976 - 1976)
Interchurch Features. New York, NY. THEOLOGICAL SUPERSTAR OF THE FUTURE. 1974 (1974 - 1974)
Indian Council Fire. Chicago, IL. INDIAN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. 1972 (1972 - 1972)
Augustana College. Rock Island, IL. HONORARY DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERS. 1972 (1972 - 1972)
National Cponference of Christians and Jews. New York, NY. SPECIAL CITATION for "We Talk, You Listen". 1971 (1971 - 1971)
ANISFIELD-WOLF AWARD for "Custer Died for Your Sins" 1970 (1970 - 1970)
Found 114 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
. "Indian Leader Accuses Arizona Whites of Flagrant Violations". THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC, Sunday, January 9. 1972.4B1972
. "Relations between Denver Newspaper and AIM Worsen". Indian Trader, vol. 37, no. 1 (January 2006). 2006.32006
Bruchac, Joseph, with John Kahionhes Fadden and David Kanietakeron Fadden (illustrators). Native American Animal Stories. Golden, Colorado: Fulcrum Publishing. 1992.Foreword1992Foreword by Vine Deloria, Jr. A collection of stories which "demonstrate the power of animals in Native American traditions.
Caduto, Michael J. and Joseph Bruchac. KEEPERS OF THE ANIMALS: NATIVE AMERICAN STORIES AND WILDLIFE ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publishing. 1991.Foreword1991
Cajete, Gregory. Look to the Mountain: an Ecology of Indigenous Education. Durango, Colorado: Kivakí Press. 1994.Introduction1994Includes introduction by Vine Deloria, Jr.
Cajete, Gregory. Look to the Mountain: an Ecology of Indigenous Education. Durango, Colorado: Kivakí Press. 1994.1994Includes introduction by Vine Deloria, Jr.
Deloria, Vine. "Ethnoscience and Indian Realities". WINDS OF CHANGE 7 (Summer). 1992.12-181992
Deloria, Vine. "Revision and Reversion". In THE AMERICAN INDIAN AND THE PROBLEM OF HISTORY edited by Calvin Martin. (New York: Oxford University Press). 1987.84-901987
Deloria, Vine. "Sacred Lands". WINDS OF CHANGE 8 (Autumn). 1993.30-371993
Deloria, Vine. "The Basis of Indian Law". In LOOK TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP edited by Robert L. Iacopi, Bernard L. Fontana, Charles Jones. ( San Jose: Gousha Publications). 1984.75-821984
Deloria, Vine. CUSTER DIED FOR YOUR SINS: AN INDIAN MANIFESTO. New York: Macmillan Company. 1969.1969
Deloria, Vine. GOD IS RED: A NATIVE VIEW OF RELIGION. Golden, CO: North American Press. 1992.1992
Deloria, Vine. OF UTMOST GOOD FAITH. San Francisco: Straight Arrow Books. 1971.1971
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Laws Founded in Justice and Humanity: Reflections on the Content and Character of Federal Indian Law". Arizona Law Review, vol. 31 (1989). 1989.203-2231989
Deloria, Vine Jr. "...But What of Human Rights for Indians?". LOS ANGELES TIMES, July 6. 1977.Op. Ed.1977
Deloria, Vine Jr. "A Sender of Words". In THE NEIHARDT CENTENNIAL ESSAYS. (Salt Lake City: Howe Brothers). 1984.n.p.1984
Deloria, Vine Jr. "A Last Word from the First Americans". THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, July 4. 1976.n.p.1976
Deloria, Vine Jr. "American Fantasy". In THE PRETEND INDIANS edited by Gretchen Bataille and Silet Loring. (Ames: Iowa State University Press). 1979.n.p.1979
Deloria, Vine Jr. "American Indians and the Moral Community". CHURCH AND SOCIETY, (September-October). 1988.27-381988
Deloria, Vine Jr. "American Indians". In MULTICULTURALISM IN THE UNITED STATES, edited by John D. Buenker and Lorman A. Ranter. (Westport: Greenwood Press). 1992.31-491992
Deloria, Vine Jr. "American Indians: Landmarks on the Trail Ahead". THE SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, 19 (No. 1, July). 1982.n.p.1982
Deloria, Vine Jr. "American Indians: the End of the Fifth Century of Contact", Special Report. In 1973 BRITANNICA BOOK OF THE YEAR. (Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.). 1973.n.p.1973
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Anthologies: Main Courses or Left-Overs?". JOURNAL OF ETHNIC STUDIES, 8 (No. 1, Spring). 1980.n.p.1980
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Beyond the Pale: American Indians and the Constitution". In A LESS THAN PERFECT UNION, edited by Jules Lobel. (New York: Monthly Review Press). 1988.n.p.1988
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Bureau of Indian Affairs: My Brothers' Keeper". ART IN AMERICA 60 (July). 1972.n.p.1972
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Catastrophism and Planetary History". KRONOS, III (No. 4. Summer). 1978.n.p.1978
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Christianity and Indigenous Religion: Friends or Enemies?". In CREATION AND CULTURE. (New York: LWM Studies). 1987.n.p.1987
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Circling the Same Old Rock". In MARXISM AND NATIVE AMERICANS edited by Ward Churchill. (Boston: South End Press). 1984.n.p.1984
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Commentary: Research, Redskins, and Reality". THE AMERICAN INDIAN QUARTERLY, XV (No. 4, Fall). 1991.n.p.1991
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Completing the Theological Circle: Civil Religion in America". RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, (May-June). 1976.n.p.1976
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Conclusion: Anthros, Indians, and Planetary Reality". In INDIANS AND ANTHROPOLOGISTS: VINE DELORIA JR. AND THE CRITIQUE OF ANTHROPOLOGY edited by Thomas Biolsi and Larry J. Zimmerman. (Tucson: The University of Arizona Press).. 1997.209-2271997
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Custer Died for Your Sins". PLAYBOY MAGAZINE, (August). 1969.n.p.1969
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Echoes of the Drums". SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE, 9 (No. 5, August). 1978.n.p.1978
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Federal Policy Still Victimizes and Exploirts". LOS ANGELES TIMES, August 17. 1975.Opinion Section1975
Deloria, Vine Jr. "From Reservation to Global Society: American Culture, Liberaton and the Native American, An Interviw with Vine Deloria, Jr.". RADICAL RELIGION, 2 (No. 4). 1976.n.p.1976
Deloria, Vine Jr. "From Wounded Knee to Wounded Knee". In: The World of the American Indian. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society. 1974.n.p.1974
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Grandfathers of Our Country". THE NEW YORK TIMES, February 22. 1971.n.p.1971
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Identity and Culture". DAEDALUS, 110 (No. 2, Spring). 1981.n.p.1981
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Indian Affairs 1973: Hebrews 13:8". NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, 258 (No. 4. Winter). 1973.n.p.1973
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Indian Affairs". In LIVING HISTORY OF THE WORLD, 1971 YEAR BOOK. (New York: Stravon Educatonal Press). 1971.n.p.1971
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Indian Law and the Reach of History". JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY LAW, 4 (No. 1, Winter). 1977.n.p.1977
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Indian Treaties a Hundred Years Later". RACE RELATIONS REPORTER, 5 (No. 1, January). 1974.n.p.1974
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Indians, Americans". In COMPTON'S ENCYCLOPEDIA AND FACT-INDEX. (Chicago: F.E. Compton Co.). 1972.n.p.1972
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Institutional Racism". EXPLORATIONS IN ETHNIC STUDIES, 5 (No. 1, January). 1982.n.p.1982
Deloria, Vine Jr. "It's a Good Day to Die". KATALLAGETE, 4 (No. 2-3, Fall-Winter). 1972.n.p.1972
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Kinship with the World". JOURNAL OF CURRENT SOCIAL ISSUES, 15 (No. 3, Fall). 1978.n.p.1978
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Landlord to Welfare Client: The Decline of the Indian National Consciousness". HUMBOLT JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RELATIONS, 10 (No. 1). 1982.n.p.1982
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Legislation and Litigation Concerning American Indians". ANNALS OF THE AMIERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE, (March). 1978.n.p.1978
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Like the Victory Over Custer, the Sioux's Legal Win Can Mean Defeat". LOS ANGELES TIMES, July 6. 1980.Op. Ed.1980
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Minorities and the Social Contract". GEORGIA LAW REVIEW, 20 (No. 4, Summer). 1986.n.p.1986
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Myth and Origin of Religion". PENSEE, 4 (No. 4, Fall). 1974.n.p.1974
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Native American Spirituality". GAMALIEL, 3 (No. 1, Spring). 1977.n.p.1977
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Native Americans: the American Indian Today". THE ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE, 454 (March). 1981.n.p.1981
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Non-Violence in American Society". KATALLAGETE, 5 (No. 2, Winter). 1974.n.p.1974
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Old Indian Refrain: Treachery on the Potomac". THE NEW YORK TIMES, February 8. 1973.Op.Ed.1973
Deloria, Vine Jr. "On Being Indian". CROSS TALK, 2 (No. 4, Part 2, December-January-February). 1973.n.p.1973
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Our New Research Society: Some Warnings to Social Scientists". SOCIAL PROBLEMS, 27 (No. 3, February). 1980.264-2711980
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Power and Place Equal Personality". WINDS OF CHANGE, 1 (No. 4, December). 1986.n.p.1986
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Property and Self-Government as Educational Initiatives". WINDS OF CHANGE, 5 (No. 4, Fall). 1990.n.p.1990
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Reflections on the Statute of Liberty". In CENTENNIAL. (New York: Pindar Press). 1986.n.p.1986
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Religions and the Modern American Indian". CURRENT HISTORY, 67 (No. 400, December). 1974.n.p.1974
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Researching American Indian Treaties: Northwest and Southwest". AMERICAN INDIAN JOURNAL, 1 (November). 1975.n.p.1975
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Secularism, Civil Religion and the Religious Freedom of American Indians". AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURE AND RESEARCH JOURNAL, VIII (No. 1, Spring). 1992.n.p.1992
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Self-Determination and the Concept of Sovereignty". In ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS edited by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz. (Albuquerque: Native American Studies, University of New Mexico). 1979.n.p.1979
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Solutions to the Indian Problem". YOUTH MAGAZINE, September 22. 1968.n.p.1968
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Strangers on a Continent". WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE (Spring). 1973.n.p.1973
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The American Indian Image". In ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INDIANS OF THE AMERICAS, VOL. I, CONSPECTUS, CHRONOLOGY. (St. Clair Shores: Michigan Scholarly Press). 1974.n.p.1974
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Application of the Constitution". In EXILED IN THE LAND OF THE FREE edited by Oren Lyons. (Santa Fe: Clear Light Publishers). 1993.281-3031993
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Confusion of History: a Review Essay". HISTORICAL MAGAZINE OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 44 (September). 1977.n.p.1977
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Distinctive Status of Indian Rights". In THE PLAINS INDIANS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY edited by Peter Iverson. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press). 1985.237-2471985
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Exiles". PARABOLA, X (No. 2, May). 1985.n.p.1985
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Healing Spirit". FOUR WINDS (Winter/Spring). 1981.n.p.1981
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Hidden Americans". HARVARD MEDICAL BULLETIN, 46 (January-February). 1972.n.p.1972
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Indian Movement: Out of a Wounded Past". RAMPARTS MAGAZINE, (September). 1975.n.p.1975
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Lummi Indians of Washington Didn't Want to Farm the Land, But They Have Become Successful in Farming the Sea". THE SMITHSONIAN, 4 (No. 6, September). 1973.n.p.1973
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Place of American Indians in Contemporary Education". AMERICAN INDIAN J0URNAL, 2 (February). 1976.n.p.1976
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Reflection and Revelation: Knowing Land, Places and Ourselves". In THE POWER OF PLACE edited by James Swan. (Wheaton, IL: Quest Books). 1991.n.p.1991
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The Twentieth Century". In RED MAN AND HAT WEARERS edited by Daniel Tyler. (Fort Collins: Colorado Pruett Press). 1976.n.p.1976
Deloria, Vine Jr. "The War Between the Redskins and the Feds". NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, December 7. 1969.n.p.1969
Deloria, Vine Jr. "This Country was Better Off When the Indians were Running It". NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, March 8. 1970.n.p.1970
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Token Indian, Token Education". FOUR WINDS, (Winter). 1980.n.p.1980
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Trouble in High Places". In THE STATE OF NATIVE AMERICA edited by M. Annette Jaimes. (South End Press). 1992.n.p.1992
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Vision and Community: A Native American Voice". In YEARNING TO BE FREE edited by Peter-Raoul Mara, Linda Forcey, and Robert Hunter. (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books). 1990.n.p.1990
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Warriors of the Tall Grass". ROCKY MOUNTAIN MAGAZINE, 4 (No. 1 January, February). 1982.n.p.1982
Deloria, Vine Jr. "We Pledge Allegiance". JOURNAL OF CURRENT SOCIAL ISSUES, 13 (No. 1, Winter). 1976.n.p.1976
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Why Indians Aren't Celebrating the Bicentennial". LEARNING MAGAZINE (November 14). 1975.n.p.1975
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Worshipping the Golden Calf: Freedom of Religion in Scalia's America". NEW WORLD OUTLOOK, LXXXI (No. 5, September-October). 1991.n.p.1991
Deloria, Vine Jr. "Wounded Knee". LOS ANGELES TIMES, April 2. 1973.Op.Ed.1973
Deloria, Vine Jr. THE INDIAN AFFAIR. New York: Friendship Press. 1974.1974
Deloria, Vine Jr. THE METAPHYSICS OF MODERN EXISTENCE. San Francisco: Harper and Row. 1979.1979
Deloria, Vine Jr. WE TALK, YOU LISTEN. New York: Macmillan. 1970.1970
Deloria, Vine Jr. and Sandra Cadwalader, editors. AGGRESSIONS OF CIVILIZATION. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 1984.1984
Deloria, Vine Jr., editor. AMERICAN INDIAN POLICY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 1985.1985
Deloria, Vine Jr., editor. RED MAN IN THE NEW WORLD DRAMA. New York: Macmillan. 1972.1972
Deloria, Vine, Jr. "Self-Determination and the Concept of Sovereignty". A, a Journal of Contemporary Literature, vol. 6 (1982). 1982.4-101982
Deloria, Vine, Jr. INDIANS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. New York: Doubleday. 1977.1977
Deloria, Vine, Jr. and Clifford M. Lytle. THE NATIONS WITHIN. New York: Pantheon Books. 1984.1984
Fortunate Eagle, Adam. ALCATRAZ! ALCATRAZ! THE INDIAN OCCUPATION OF 1969-1971. (Berkeley: Heyday Books). 1992.Foreword1992
Geiogamah, Hanay. AMERICAN INDIAN TALENT DIRECTORY. Los Angeles, American Indian Registry for the Performing Arts. 1984.441984

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