The Sharing Tradition: Indian Gaming In Stories And Modern Life
Eileen M. Luna-Firebaugh, and Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox, 2010
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Yesterday, horses, blankets, rifles, today, hard cash.
—Kathryn Gabriel, Gambler Way
In the twenty-first century, American Indian gaming is big business, but it has always been around. American Indian nations have always played games, and this gaming was and is an important custom. Traditionally, it...
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