Hostile Language: Bias in Historical Writing About American Indian Resistance
Robert H. Keller Jr.
Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Fairhaven College, Bellingham, Washington, and has served on the staff of the Institute for the Development of Indian Law, Washington D.C. This article, written while the author was a visiting scholar at the University of Arizona, was presented in January 1985 to a symposium at the Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University. Professor Keller's most recent book is American Protestantism and U.S. Indian Policy (University of Nebraska Press, 1983).