From Learning Legacies: Archive to Action through Women's Cross-Cultural Teaching by Sarah Ruffing Robbins

  • Literary Studies:American Literature
  • History:Intellectual History
  • History:American History
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  • Figure 5.2. On December 13, 1923, Ruth Muskrat [Bronson] presented President Calvin Coolidge with a copy of The Red Man in the United States: An Intimate Study of the Social, Economic and Religious Life of the American Indian, by G. E. E. Lundquist (New York: George H. Doran Company). On June 2 of 1924, Congress would pass—and Coolidge would sign into law—the Indian Citizenship Act. Library of Congress, National Photo Company Collection. (c) Library of Congress, National Photo Company Collection (p. 25, no. 27839).