Cherokee Nation, federal officials had used the perceived turmoil and lawlessness within the Nation as an argument to exercise its authority over the Cherokees. The Treaty of 1866 had confirmed the United States' respect for the ...
Author: Julie L. Reed
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Well before the creation of the United States, the Cherokee people administered their own social policy—a form of what today might be called social welfare—based on matrilineal descent, egalitarian relations, kinship obligations, and communal landholding. The ethic of gadugi, or work coordinated for the social good, was at the heart of this system. Serving the Nation explores the role of such traditions in shaping the alternative social welfare system of the Cherokee Nation, as well as their influence on the U.S. government’s social policies. Faced with removal and civil war in the early and mid-nineteenth century, the Cherokee Nation asserted its right to build institutions administered by Cherokee people, both as an affirmation of their national sovereignty and as a community imperative. The Cherokee Nation protected and defended key features of its traditional social service policy, extended social welfare protections to those deemed Cherokee according to citizenship laws, and modified its policies over time to continue fulfilling its people's expectations. Julie L. Reed examines these policies alongside public health concerns, medical practices, and legislation defining care and education for orphans, the mentally ill, the differently abled, the incarcerated, the sick, and the poor. Changing federal and state policies and practices exacerbated divisions based on class, language, and education, and challenged the ability of Cherokees individually and collectively to meet the social welfare needs of their kin and communities. The Cherokee response led to more centralized national government solutions for upholding social welfare and justice, as well as to the continuation of older cultural norms. Offering insights gleaned from reconsidered and overlooked historical sources, this book enhances our understanding of the history and workings of social welfare policy and services, not only in the Cherokee Nation but also in the United States. Serving the Nation is published in cooperation with the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University.
Author: United States. Dept. of CommercePublish On: 1975
National Oceanic and Almospheric Acministration and mic , and floods , NAtmospheric Administration , was potentially a discuprive environmental created in 1970 to serve as a leader changes which occur over decades , in a national effort ...
Author: United States. Department of CommercePublish On: 1978
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Author: United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationPublish On: 1995
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ( NOAA ) is a major Federal scientific agency . Its missions include forecasting the Nation's weather and climate , providing America's nautical and aeronautical charts , surveying the ...
Author: United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Author: United States. Office of EducationPublish On: 1977
These must be sufficient to serve the needs of both public and nonpublic school children . A few representative State - plan programs are the : Evansville , Ind . , project to upgrade and enrich learning experiences in science , health ...
That the historical figures he was so keenly involved in preserving are now alive, via these awards, and serve as exemplars of the values of a no longer functioning princely state attest to preservative and nostalgic forces at work in ...
Author: Jason Freitag
Category: Social Science
James Tod s Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan was crucial in forming the modern image of the R jp t, a princely martial caste resident in India s northwest desert. This book explores the relationships between the political power of the British imperial state, the construction of historical memories in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the uses of these constructions by European writers and Indian nationalist elites. The case of the Rajputs demonstrates how imperial histories reflected Indian social processes and pre-colonial forms of knowledge, interpreted India for the world outside and for Indians themselves. This book explores the multiple discourses within Tod s Rajasthan, and European Orientalism, to show how intricately coded the British Empire was and, historically, remains.
Reproduced from Serving A New Nation: Baey Lian Peck's Singapore Story by Ooi Kee Beng (Singapore: Instiute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2011). This version was obtained electronically direct from the publisher on condition that ...
Author: Ooi Kee Beng
Publisher: Flipside Digital Content Company Inc.
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The story of Dr Baey Lian Peck should be well known, but it is not. Not even among Singaporeans, and especially not among the young. This tells us a lot about a Singapore caught in pathological haste and prone towards ignoring values that do not add to the financial bottom line. The innovativeness of Dr Baey did not only make him a very wealthy man before he was forty, it also made him an indispensable actor in the implementation of urgently constructed national policies. Political leaders such as Dr Toh Chin Chye, Lim Kim San, Chua Sian Chin and Dr Goh Keng Swee picked him to solve pressing problems such as skyrocketing inflation in the early 1970s, the crisis in prisoner ward in the late 1970s, and the drug addiction epidemic in that same latter period. His one condition for taking on public positions was that he should not be paid. It was exactly this independent trait that made him so highly effective. This book tells his amazing life story, taking us into a surprising world where the qualities that make a good entrepreneur are exactly what make a good public servant ... as long as he remains unbound by the bureaucracy."e;Dr Baey Lian Peck put on hold a growing and profitable family business and decided to serve the nation in community and social service. He wore many and different hats and did remarkably well in all the challenging fields he undertook. His contribution to the treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicts was the most significant."e; - K.V. Veloo, pioneer in Probation and Aftercare who set up SANA (Aftercare) Counselling Service, and Prison Welfare Service.
SOCIOLOGY • ASIAN STUDIES " Filipina domestic workers serve in Taiwanese households , performing labor considered dirty or degrading by their local employers . According to Cheng , they also serve thel Taiwanese nation , which uses ...
Author: Shu-Ju Ada Cheng
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Political Science
Serving the Household and the Nation is an absorbing sociological study of the globalization of domestic service. Using the case of Filipina domestics in Taiwan, Cheng examines how nationalist politics shape the experience of migrant women under the context of globalization. For migrant domestics, it is often the state policy that creates their structural vulnerability in public and in private. Cheng focuses on the question of how the intervention of the state and the development of nationhood shape the localization of domestic service and explores the nexus between homemaking and nation-building. This revealing book demonstrates how the management of foreign domestics is not only important for labor control but also central to the state's administration over alien subjects, the development of nationhood, and, in this case study, the changing ethnoscape in Taiwan.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on ResourcesPublish On: 1999
HSSE Doc y 1.1 / 8 : 106-416 106TH CONGRESS 1st Session HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REPORT E ULID 106–416 JCT TO 1999 U.S. DEPOSITORY MONUMENT TO HONOR THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED THE NATION'S CIVIL DEFENSE AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources
For the purposes of this report , small systems will be defined as those systems serving fewer than 10,000 people . ... infrastructure needs , and compliance with National Primary Drinking Water Regulations ( NPDWRs ) .