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  • The North Carolina Department of Administration, Commission of Indian Affairs (North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs, 2007). Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.2.
  • Preference for Racial or Ethnic Terminology (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau Survey, 1995). Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.1.
  • Berry, Christina, What's in a Name?: Indians and Political Correctness (All Things Cherokee, 2009). Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.1.
  • Brunner, Borgna, American Indian vs. Native American: A once-heated issue has sorted itself out . Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.1.
  • Brunner, Borgna, What Style and Usage Guides Say: American Indian versus Native American (Pearson Education, Inc, 2007). Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.1.
  • Means, Russell, I am an American Indian, Not a Native American! (Treaty Productions, 1996). Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.1.
  • Price, Margo L., Patricia M. Samford, and Vincas P. Steponaitis, The Pathfinders: The Paleoindian Period, before 8000 BC . Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.2.
  • Wilkins, David, American Indian Politics and the American Political System (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2006). Cited on p. 1.1.
  • Yellow Bird, Michael, American Indian Politics and the American Political System (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2006). Available online (retrieved on June 26, 2009). Cited on p. 1.1.