Indian Leader Prefers Tribal Dances Over ‘Immoral Dances’ of Whites
January 26, 2010 | 4:00 am
“That Guiltiest Feeling,” by Clare Briggs.
Jan. 26, 1920: "I would rather take part in the tribal dances of my people than the immoral dances of the white people today," Red Fox says.
|Jan. 26, 1920: A time capsule of views about Native Americans 90 years ago. Frederic J. Haskin writes of Pueblo Indians of the Southwest: "When it comes to resisting change the stand-pat Republicans might take lessons from them.” However, Commissioner of Indian Affairs Cato Sells "believes in encouraging the boys and girls to go to the towns and get jobs, so that they may become like other Americans." |
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