Elizabeth Cook-Lynn

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn (born "Elizabeth Irving", Crow Creek Sioux, in 1930) is an editor, essayist, poet, and novelist. She is considered to be outspoken in her views about Native American politics, particularly in regards to tribal sovereignty.

She has criticized those who make tenuous claims to Native/Indigenous ancestry with the purpose of advancing their own careers, and described such claimants with no community connections as "tribeless". She believes they damage the development of economic and social life of Native nations.[[Elizabeth Cook-Lynn#cite note-1|[1]]] Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 2012
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 2014
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 1990
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 1983
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 2001
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 1996
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 1991
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 2007
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    by Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth
    Published 2007
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    by Gonzalez, Mario, 1944-
    Published 1999
    Other Authors: ...Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth...
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