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Walter Kawamoto & Tamara Cheshire

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Chapter 20: American Indian Families: Resilience in the Face of Legal, Economic, and Cultural Assault

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American Indian Families: Resilience in the Face of Legal, Economic, and Cultural Assault
American indian families: Resilience in the face of legal, economic, and cultural assault
WalterKawamotoCounty of Sacramento, California, Department of Human Assistance
TamaraCheshireCalifornia State University, Sacramento

In this chapter we will be discussing specific points of reference regarding American Indian history and their significance for interacting with Indian families and individuals in forensic contexts. These points consist of key events, policies, and laws that have been directed at American Indian people. Furthermore, these reference points will be used as a way to illustrate historical trends and contemporary realities in the overall relationship between American Indian families and the United States government. The chronological points of reference we will be using include boarding schools, the Dawes Allotment ...

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