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In it Abel traced the history of the idea of an Indian state from Jefferson’s time to the idea’s ﬁnal demise with the admission of Oklahoma as a state. She also investigated problems of early-19th-century westward expansion. This work involved primarily the editing of letters and journals. Throughout her work Abel proves to be both an effective researcher and a perceptive scholar who wrote sympathetically about problems the Indians encountered. Although she occasionally wrote in a paternalistic or romantic tone, she is essentially an objective historian.
Chardon’s Journal at Fort Clark, 1834-39 (ed. by Abel, 1932). Tabeau’s Narrative of Loisel’s Expedition to the Upper Missouri (ed. by Abel, 1939). BIBLIOGRAPHY: Reference works: Notable American Women, 1607-1950, E. T. , eds. (article by F. Prucha, 1971). Other references: AHR (July 1947). Mississippi Valley Historical Review (March 1916, March 1920). Yale University Obituary Record of Graduates (1946-47). —INZER BYERS ACKER, Kathy Born 18 April 1947, New York, New York Daughter of Donald and Claire Weill Lehman; married Robert Acker, 1966 (divorced); Peter Gordon, 1976 (divorced) Often referred to as a punk and, later, a postmodern writer, Kathy Acker is actively involved in the construction of new myths by which to live.
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American women writers from colonial times to the present (4 volume set) by Taryn Benbow-Pfalzgraf (Editor)