Native American Authors
Terry P. Wilson
Wilson is Potawatomi on his father’s side and white on his mother’s side. He is a retired professor of the Native American Studies department at the University of California, Berkeley. While at Berkeley, he started a seminar called “People of Mixed Race Descent” which grew to become a quite popular lecture. He argues that mixed raced people are not “marginal” but they are “ambassadors of both cultures.
Books by Terry P. Wilson:
Wilson, Terry P.. Bibliography of the Osage
Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press, 1995.
Wilson, Terry P.. The cart that changed the world : the career of Sylvan N. Goldman
Norman : Published for the Oklahoma Heritage Association by the University of Oklahoma Press, 1978.
Wilson, Terry P.. Hopi: Following the Path of Peace (Native American Wisdom)
San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 1994.
Wilson, Terry P.. The Osage
New York : Chelsea House, 1988.
Wilson, Terry P.. Teaching American Indian history
Washington, D.C. : American Historical Association, 1993.
Wilson, Terry P.. The underground reservation : Osage oil
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 1985.
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