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Whiskey, board game, toys among stereotype artifacts

Spread out on a table at the Sequoyah National Research Center are a few examples of consumer goods that feature stereotypes of American Indians. Tony Rose, the center’s projects coordinator, and archivist Erin Fehr have pulled them from a larger collection of such things.

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  • Headline: Whiskey, board game, toys among stereotype artifacts
  • Publication: Style, Pages 54 on 04/27/2014
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