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by Sylvester M. Morey,Olivia L. Gilliam
Author: Sylvester M. Morey,Olivia L. Gilliam
Publisher: Myrin Inst (October 1, 1980)
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1974 Respect for Life: the Traditional Upbringing of American Indian Children. 1977 The Destruction of American Indian Families. New York: Association on American Indian Affairs. Garden City, New Jersey: Waldorf Press. National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse 1985 NCPCA Leadership Monthly Memorandum, December (mimeo). United States House of Representatives 1986 Abused Children in America: A Report of the Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families. Summary of Findings (mimeo), March 3, 1987.
Conference Proceedings and Discussion, in Respect for Life: The Traditional Upbringing of American Indian Children, Morey, Sylvester and Gilliam, Olivia, eds. New York: Myrin Institute. The Irish Times (Dublin), 24 09, p. 12. Viney, Michael. The Yank in the Corner: Why the Ethics of Anthropology Are a Worry for Rural Ireland. Weekend, supplement to The Irish Times (Dublin), 6 08, p. 1. Recommend this journal.
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report of a conference at Harper's Ferry, West Virginia on the traditional upbringing of American Indian children. Morey, Olivia L. Gilliam. Published 1974 by Myrin Institute Books in New York, NY. Written in English. Education, Children, Indians of North America. xxii, 202 p. : Number of pages.