In Order That Justice May Be Done: The Legal Struggle of the Turtle Mountain Band of Pembina Chippewa, 1795-1905 (Paperback)
John M. Shaw grew up where George Washington led the Continental Army across the Delaware River and surprised the Hessian garrison at Trenton, New Jersey. One of John's earliest childhood memories recalls his parents bundling him up on Christmas mornings to watch the annual reenactment. This tradition sparked his lifelong interest and passion for history, culminating in an MA in American Indian Studies and a PhD in History, both from The University of Arizona. Joh has contributed multiple entries to Making it in America: A Sourcebook on Eminent Ethnic Americans and The Encyclopedia of United States-American Indian Policy, Relations, and Law. He has taught Native American and US History for the departments of American Indian Studies, American Multicultural Studies, and History at The University of Arizona, Minnesota State University Moorhead, and Portland (OR) Community College.