The winner of the 2002 OAH Rawley Prize for the best book on American race relations, Reimagining Indians investigates an important group of Anglo-American writers whose books about Native Americans helped reshape Americans' understandings and appreciations of Indian peoples at the turn of the twentieth century. As they celebrated their Indian cultures, they cast doubt on their supposed superiority, and encouraged broader acceptance of cultural relativism, pluralism, and tolerance in American thought, as well as making Native American cultural practices more accessible to Anglo-Americans.

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