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  • Author:
    Diana Meyers Bahr
  • ISBN:
    0806125497
  • ISBN13:
    978-0806125497
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  • Publisher:
    Univ of Oklahoma Pr (September 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    184 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Social Sciences
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From Mission to Metropolis book. Contrary to popular perception, the majority of Indians living. How do these urban Indians perceive their own ethnic identification? In From Mission to Metropolis, Diana Meyers Bahr applies these questions to representatives of a particular group of urban Indians. The "metropolis" is the city of Los Angeles, home to the highest number of Indians of any city in the nation. The Cupenos, with 150 members, are one of the smallest bands of California Mission Indians.

From Mission to Metropolis: Cupeneo Indian Women in Los Angeles. Book by Bahr, Diana Meyers). Volunteer lecturer Fowler Museum Cultural History, University of California at Los Angeles, 1986-1997, California Coast Walk, Sebastopal, California, 1994. Book by Bahr, Diana Meyers. 25497/?tag prabook0b-20. Docent trainer Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, since 1996. Commissioner Los Angeles American Indian Education Commission, 1994-1998.

From Mission to Metropolis : Cupeneo Indian Women in Los Angeles. Looks at three generations of Cupeno Indians living in Los Angeles. by Diana Meyers Bahr.

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Diana Meyers Bahr is the author of From Mission to Metropolis: Cupeño Indian Women in Los Angeles; Viola . If it wasn't for Diana Bahr having written the book, I would have never known about this wonderful universal woman of our time

Diana Meyers Bahr is the author of From Mission to Metropolis: Cupeño Indian Women in Los Angeles; Viola Martinez, California Paiute: Living in Two Worlds; and The Unquiet Nisei: An Oral History of the Life of Sue Kunitomi Embrey. If it wasn't for Diana Bahr having written the book, I would have never known about this wonderful universal woman of our time. A real heroine and role model that all people need to learn about, not just the tribe she came from. I lived right in her home town and never got the chance to meet her. She died just before I found the book.

The Book of Medicines, by Linda Hogan. From Mission to Metropolis: Cupeño Indian Women in Los Angeles, by Diana Meyers Bahr. The Cherokee People, by Thomas E. Mails. Grand Endeavors of American Indian Photography, by Paula Richardson Fleming and Judith Lynn Luskey. In the Spirit of the Earth: Rethinking History and Time, by Calvin Luther Martin.

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Looks at three generations of Cupeno Indians living in Los Angeles