"This is not your country anymore.” Columbus Day parades and contested notions of American identity

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Hitchmough, S. 2010. "This is not your country anymore.” Columbus Day parades and contested notions of American identity.
AuthorsHitchmough, S.
TypeConference paper
Year2010
ConferenceNative American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference
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Deposited23 May 2011
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