History[ edit ] Final voyage of the Inawaka-maru[ edit ] The first known arrival of Japanese to Hawaii came on May 5,involving survivors of the ill-fated ship Inawaka-maru who had been adrift aboard their disabled ship for more than seventy days. The Inawaka-maru, a small cargo ship built in in Osakawas owned by Mansuke Motoya. The ship had been chartered by the Kikkawa clan to deliver mats, horse feed, and two passengers, Kikkawa officials.
Definitions[ edit ] There are various ways in which Indian identity has been defined. Some definitions seek universal applicability, while others only seek definitions for particular purposes, such as for tribal membership or for the purposes of legal jurisdiction.
Race is a disputed term, but is often said to be a social or political rather than biological construct. The issue of Native American racial identity was discussed by Steve Russellp68"American Indians have always had the theoretical option of removing themselves from a tribal community and becoming legally white.
Traditional definitions of "Indianness" are also important. There is a sense of "peoplehood" which links Indianness to sacred traditions, places, and shared history as indigenous people.
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Crow poet Henry Real Bird offers his own definition, "An Indian is one who offers tobacco to the ground, feeds the water, and prays to the four winds in his own language. Scott Momaday gives a definition that is less spiritual but still based in the traditions and experience of a person and their family, "An Indian is someone who thinks of themselves as an Indian.
You have to have a certain experience of the world in order to formulate this idea. I know how my father saw the world, and his father before him.
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Many social scientists discuss the construction of identity. However, some see construction of identity as being part of how a group remembers its past, tells its stories, and interprets its myths.
Thus cultural identity is made within the discourses of history and culture. Identity thus may not be a fact based in the essence of a person, but a positioning, based in politics and social situations.
Almost two-thirds of all Indian federally recognized Indian tribes in the United States require a certain blood quantum for membership. This was very influential in using blood quantum to restrict the definition of Indian. This could ultimately lead to their absorption into the rest of multiracial American society.
European conceptions of "Indianness" are notable both for how they influence how American Indians see themselves and for how they have persisted as stereotypes which may negatively affect treatment of Indians. The noble savage stereotype is famous, but American colonists held other stereotypes as well.
For example, some colonists imagined Indians as living in a state similar to their own ancestors, for example the PictsGaulsand Britons before " Julius Caesar with his Roman legions or some other had These policies included but were not limited to the banning of traditional religious ceremonies; forcing traditional hunter-gatherer people to begin farming, often on land that was unsuitable and produced few or no crops; forced cutting of hair; coercing "conversion" to Christianity by withholding rations; coercing Indian parents to send their children to boarding schools where the use of Native American languages was not permitted; freedom of speech restrictions; and restricted allowances of travel between reservations.
Native American recognition in the United States President Coolidge stands with four Osage Indians at a White House ceremony Some authors have pointed to a connection between social identity of Native Americans and their political status as members of a tribe.
Most often given is the two-part definition: The government and many tribes prefer this definition because it allows the tribes to determine the meaning of "Indianness" in their own membership criteria. Even if you have a trace of Indian blood, why do you want to select that for your identity, and not your Irish or Italian?
In the act, having the status of a state-recognized Indian tribe is discussed, as well as having tribal recognition as an "Indian artisan" independent of tribal membership. In certain circumstances, this allows people who identify as Indian to legally label their products as "Indian made", even when they are not members of a federally recognized tribe.
To say that I am not [Indian] and to prosecute me for telling people of my Indian heritage is to deny me some of my civil liberties Critics say Indianness becomes a rigid legal term defined by the BIA, rather than an expression of tradition, history, and culture.
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