Paul Chaat Smith on the Unchanging Image of Native American Indians

By Steve Paulson, Re-Thinking Native Culture
To the Best of Our Knowledge

"Everything You Know About Indians Is Wrong" is both the title of Paul Chaat Smith's book of essays, and very much what he believes.  He's a curator at the National Museum of the American Indian of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, and he tells Steve Paulson that unlike other people Indians aren't allowed to change.

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