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  • 200 years of American Indian persistence turned U.S. into 'Indian Country'

    Most Americans won't know the names of the Native Americans in Frederick Hoxie's new book, "This Indian Country," but they're the ones who persisted through years of history to make a place for Indians and give them their rights.

    Most Americans won't know the names of the Native Americans in Frederick Hoxie's new book, "This Indian Country," but they're the ones who persisted through years of history to make a place for Indians and give them their rights.

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  • Editor's note: To reach Frederick Hoxie, call 217-300-4095; email hoxie@illinois.edu

    UPDATE: Hoxie discussed his book in a lecture on Jan. 18, 2013, at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.