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Why the Need for the Indian Child Welfare Act?
Explores two historical periods that preceded the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978: the boarding and mission school era (1880s-1950s) and the Indian adoption era (1950s-70s). The assimilationist social welfare policy of those two eras led to the eventual need for special legislation that protects tribal self-determination, heritage, and family preservation. Contains 23 references. (Author/TD)
Author/Creator: George, Lila J.
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Multicultural Social Work
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Special issue title: "The Challenge of Permanency Planning in a Multicultural Society, Part II."
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