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    Invisible Indians: Mixed-Blood Native Americans Who Are Not Enrolled in Federally Recoginzed Tribes
      United States
    Based on original interviews and correspondence, Invisible Indians explores the oral histories, personal experiences and opinions of this remarkable, yet largely misunderstood, segment of Native American society. Author David Arv Bragi is an enrolled member of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma.
    Popular Subculture
      United States
    Popular Subculture webzine has begun publishing a series of essays and letters from "invisible" Native Americans, such as those among us who have no documentation, whose tribes are not recognized, who decided to pass as non-Native for personal reasons, or whose family has kept its Native identity a secret. We encourage correspondence from full or mixed blood Natives who would like an opportunity to tell their stories and the stories of their ancestors.




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