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Title The Indian Leader
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1939
Category College student newspapers and periodicals
Total Pages 86
ISBN WISC:89060401650
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Indian Leader by Haskell Indian Junior College

Title The Indian Leader
Author Haskell Indian Junior College
Publisher Wentworth Press
Release Date 2019-03-24
Category
Total Pages 484
ISBN 1011102552
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.

The Indian Boss At Work by Steve Correa

Title The Indian Boss at Work
Author Steve Correa
Publisher Sage Publications Pvt. Limited
Release Date 2020-09-23
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 344
ISBN 9789353884673
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Journey into the kaleidoscope of Indian business and explore the ‘context and forces’ and worldview of Indian leaders. Unravel secrets to building successful companies based on generational learnings, attitudes and capabilities. Read through the narratives of top Indian bosses where they reflect on their ‘Indian-ness’ that helped them transform into global leaders. From Harsh Mariwala to Som Mittal to women leaders such as Naina Lal Kidwai and Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, there are many distinguished names in this book that add to the Indian leadership fold. The book responds to oft asked questions such as: What are the winning traits of Indian bosses? What cultural influences have shaped their mindsets? What makes them adaptable in any business situation? What can the West learn from India on leadership? Discover and leverage: • The pluralistic notion of Indianness • Forces of desh (place) and kaal (time) • The praxis of collectivism and hierarchy • Context sensitivity and co-holding paradoxes and dilemmas • Multifacets of the Indian leader • Insights from ancient inheritance and modern legacy • Awareness of what impedes women leaders • The opportunity for Indian youth The wisdom of Indian-ness—‘the World is One’—belongs to all humans. It invites the corporate Rishi within us, to act with ecological balance, inclusion and harmony.

Title Indian Leader Trail Boss
Author Clark Selby
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release Date 2014-08-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 226
ISBN 9781490744803
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Indian Leader Trail Boss is the story of a trail drive led by Texas most famous trail boss, due to never losing a herd or a man on a drive. Indian Leader was contacted to lead 3,000 head of Longhorns from the Star Ranch, to Dodge City. He agrees to take the job when he finds the owner killed by rustlers and his daughter Serene, desperate to get her cattle to market to pay off a loan when her bank threatens to foreclose on her ranch. They have all the normal problems of a trail drive; too many miles; too many rivers to cross as Indian has people trying to kill him for killing their brother. Indian and Serene find they are falling in love during the trip while a neighboring rancher, Kent Eagle, is determined to do anything he can to take over Serenes ranch. Indians problems grow with every mile: getting the cattle to market; staying alive while people are trying to kill him; selling the herd; pay off the bank loan, and keep Serene.

Title Indian Leaders who Helped Shape America
Author Ralph Warren Andrews
Publisher Seattle : Superior Publishing Company
Release Date 1971
Category Indian civic leaders
Total Pages 184
ISBN WISC:89069553279
Language English, Spanish, and French
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History and biography of Indian tribes and their leaders.

Title The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero
Author Gordon M. Sayre
Publisher Univ of North Carolina Press
Release Date 2006-05-18
Category History
Total Pages 368
ISBN 0807877018
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The leaders of anticolonial wars of resistance--Metacom, Pontiac, Tecumseh, and Cuauhtemoc--spread fear across the frontiers of North America. Yet once defeated, these men became iconic martyrs for postcolonial national identity in Canada, the United States, and Mexico. By the early 1800s a craze arose for Indian tragedy on the U.S. stage, such as John Augustus Stone's Metamora, and for Indian biographies as national historiography, such as the writings of Benjamin Drake, Francis Parkman, and William Apess. With chapters on seven major resistance struggles, including the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 and the Natchez Massacre of 1729, The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero offers an analysis of not only the tragedies and epics written about these leaders, but also their own speeches and strategies, as recorded in archival sources and narratives by adversaries including Hernan Cortes, Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz, Joseph Doddridge, Robert Rogers, and William Henry Harrison. Sayre concludes that these tragedies and epics about Native resistance laid the foundation for revolutionary culture and historiography in the three modern nations of North America, and that, at odds with the trope of the complaisant "vanishing Indian," these leaders presented colonizers with a cathartic reproof of past injustices.

Title Dalit Movement in India and Its Leaders 1857 1956
Author Rāmacandra Kshīrasāgara
Publisher M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd.
Release Date 1994
Category Dalits
Total Pages 459
ISBN 8185880433
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is, obviously based on primary source of information. Certain facts were duly corroborated by other sources. It has been objectively analysed, properly interpreted and systematically arranged in a consolidated form. It would be useful as a ready reference to the scholars, interested in undertaking intensive research on individual leaders, and their role in the movement. It would be beneficial to those activists who prefer to take lessons from their past. Therefore, the book is of great value.

Title Better Management Effective Leadership Through the Indian Scriptures
Author Narayanji Misra
Publisher Pustak Mahal
Release Date 2007-09-18
Category Management in literature
Total Pages 207
ISBN 9788122309966
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Management as a subject and various theories associated with it are largely considered as brainchild of the West. the moment this topic is raised, the names of western thinkers, such as F.W. Taylor, Robert Owen and Peter F. Drucker, come to our mind. However, the fact is that all the management theories and hypotheses propounded so far, draw heavily from the Indian scriptures. Indian sages and gurus, like Sukra, Kautilya and Vedavyas laid the foundation to better management through their literary works as early as in the pre-Christian era. This book, Better Management and Effective Leadership through the Indian Scriptures, aims at discovering the treasure hidden in the Indian texts, making the management scholars all over the world feel proud of our literary heritage and appreciate the farsightedness of the Indian thinkers. It is an endeavour to reveal that, be it in any sphere of academics, Indian scholars were in no way secondary to their western counterparts; they were rather the precursors.

Title INDIAN LEADERS CONTEMPORARY OPINIONS 1885 1922
Author Prof. F. K. Kapil
Publisher Shubhda Prakashan
Release Date 2020
Category History
Total Pages 30
ISBN 9789386813855
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The last decade of the 19th Century and first decade of 20th Century witnessed the emergence of a younger group within the Congress which was sharply critical of the methods of the old leadership. The new group came to be called the Extremists while the older one to be referred as Moderates. The credit of leavening Indian polities with this national spirit undoubtedly goes to Bal Gangadhar Tilak. He was the first Indian leader to impress upon the men of learning and light in the country that unless they had the support of the people, they would not attain their objective. Tilak clashed with Moderates over the question of social reforms. The controversy over the Anti cow killing movement, the age of consent Bill, the Ganpati and the Shivaji festivals divided the Congress in two groups in Maharashtra, one under Tilak and the other led by K. T. Telang, Mahadev Govind Ranade, Pheroze Shah Mehta, Gopal Krishan Gokhale and others. Ranade a great social reformer, was the father of public life in Maharashtra. Gandhi declared that he could hardly talk in his presence.

The Indian Ceo by Signe Spencer

Title The Indian CEO
Author Signe Spencer
Publisher SAGE Publications India
Release Date 2007-06-05
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 264
ISBN 9788178299532
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Recognizing the pivotal role of leadership in building sustainable corporations, this book analyzes the key qualities that go into the making of a successful CEO in the Indian business environment. Based on a landmark study which covered some of the most successful business leaders in India, The Indian CEO uses the framework developed by David McClelland of Harvard University, to determine key competencies necessary for Indian business leaders to steer their corporations in the rapidly changing business and social environments. This book is based on in-depth interviews with outstanding Indian business leaders, and includes a detailed study of the most effective behaviors vis-à-vis the most common situations faced by these leaders; and the behaviors and characteristics of Indian CEOs vis-à-vis their global counterparts. The authors discuss qualities such as change and team leadership, accountability, empowerment, networking and executive maturity among other critical dimensions of leadership in this emerging economy.

India S Israel Policy by P. R. Kumaraswamy

Title India s Israel Policy
Author P. R. Kumaraswamy
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release Date 2010-07-28
Category Political Science
Total Pages 376
ISBN 9780231525480
Language English, Spanish, and French
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India's foreign policy toward Israel is a subject of deep dispute. Throughout the twentieth century arguments have raged over the Palestinian problem and the future of bilateral relations. Yet no text comprehensively looks at the attitudes and policies of India toward Israel, especially their development in conjunction with history. P. R. Kumaraswamy is the first to account for India's Israel policy, revealing surprising inconsistencies in positions taken by the country's leaders, such as Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, and tracing the crackling tensions between its professed values and realpolitik. Kumaraswamy's findings debunk the belief that India possesses a homogenous policy toward the Middle East. In fact, since the early days of independence, many within India have supported and pursued relations with Israel. Using material derived from archives in both India and Israel, Kumaraswamy investigates the factors that have hindered relations between these two countries despite their numerous commonalities. He also considers how India destabilized relations, the actions that were necessary for normalization to occur, and the directions bilateral relations may take in the future. In his most provocative argument, Kumaraswamy underscores the disproportionate affect of anticolonial sentiments and the Muslim minority on shaping Indian policy.

The Indian Great Awakening by Linford D. Fisher

Title The Indian Great Awakening
Author Linford D. Fisher
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2012-06-01
Category History
Total Pages 312
ISBN 9780199912841
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The First Great Awakening was a time of heightened religious activity in the colonial New England. Among those whom the English settlers tried to convert to Christianity were the region's native peoples. In this book, Linford Fisher tells the gripping story of American Indians' attempts to wrestle with the ongoing realities of colonialism between the 1670s and 1820. In particular, he looks at how some members of previously unevangelized Indian communities in Connecticut, Rhode Island, western Massachusetts, and Long Island adopted Christian practices, often joining local Congregational churches and receiving baptism. Far from passively sliding into the cultural and physical landscape after King Philip's War, he argues, Native individuals and communities actively tapped into transatlantic structures of power to protect their land rights, welcomed educational opportunities for their children, and joined local white churches. Religion repeatedly stood at the center of these points of cultural engagement, often in hotly contested ways. Although these Native groups had successfully resisted evangelization in the seventeenth century, by the eighteenth century they showed an increasing interest in education and religion. Their sporadic participation in the First Great Awakening marked a continuation of prior forms of cultural engagement. More surprisingly, however, in the decades after the Awakening, Native individuals and sub-groups asserted their religious and cultural autonomy to even greater degrees by leaving English churches and forming their own Indian Separate churches. In the realm of education, too, Natives increasingly took control, preferring local reservation schools and demanding Indian teachers whenever possible. In the 1780s, two small groups of Christian Indians moved to New York and founded new Christian Indian settlements. But the majority of New England Natives-even those who affiliated with Christianity-chose to remain in New England, continuing to assert their own autonomous existence through leasing land, farming, and working on and off the reservations. While Indian involvement in the Great Awakening has often been seen as total and complete conversion, Fisher's analysis of church records, court documents, and correspondence reveals a more complex reality. Placing the Awakening in context of land loss and the ongoing struggle for cultural autonomy in the eighteenth century casts it as another step in the ongoing, tentative engagement of native peoples with Christian ideas and institutions in the colonial world. Charting this untold story of the Great Awakening and the resultant rise of an Indian Separatism and its effects on Indian cultures as a whole, this gracefully written book challenges long-held notions about religion and Native-Anglo-American interaction

American Indian Leaders by Russell David Edmunds

Title American Indian Leaders
Author Russell David Edmunds
Publisher U of Nebraska Press
Release Date 1980-01-01
Category History
Total Pages 257
ISBN 0803267053
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Diverse patterns and goals of leadership are illuminated in portraits of twelve Indian leaders since the colonial era including Old Briton, Joseph Brant, Sitting Bull, Quanah Parker, Carlos Montezuma, and Peter MacDonald

Title Bibliography of the Indians of San Diego County
Author Phillip M. White
Publisher Scarecrow Press
Release Date 1998
Category Reference
Total Pages 313
ISBN 0810833255
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Provides information on the Native American groups indigenous to the area that is now San Diego County. All aspects of history and culture are covered, including language and linguistics, arts, agriculture, hunting, religion, mythology, music, political and social structures, dwellings, clothing, and medicinal practices.

Title Gandhi The Years That Changed the World 1914 1948
Author Ramachandra Guha
Publisher Random House Canada
Release Date 2018-10-02
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 688
ISBN 9780307357977
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An epic and revelatory biography of one of the most abidingly influential--and controversial--men in modern history. Opening with Gandhi's triumphant return to India in 1915 after decades abroad, and ending with his tragic assassination in 1949, Gandhi: The Years that Changed the World is a remarkable, moving portrait that provides a crucial re-evaluation of India's iconic leader for a new generation. Drawing on a wealth of newly uncovered materials unavailable to previous biographers, acclaimed historian and author Ramachandra Guha brings the past to life with extraordinary grace and clarity. Deploying his gifts as a storyteller and scholar, Guha presents Gandhi as both a fascinating human being--a man of fierce hope, eccentric personal beliefs, and sometimes dark and alarming contradictions--as well as a dynamic political force and global icon. Sharp, insightful, balanced, and impeccably researched, this free-standing sequel to Guha's magisterial biography Gandhi Before India is an indispensable resource for a contemporary understanding of Gandhi's ever-evolving legacy.

Title Modern American Indian Leaders
Author Dean Chavers
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2007
Category Indian civic leaders
Total Pages 720
ISBN 0773455558
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title CIVIL WAR IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY
Author Steve Cottrell
Publisher Pelican Publishing Company
Release Date 1995-06-30
Category History
Total Pages 112
ISBN 9781455602285
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Civil War in the Indian Territory proved to be a test of valor and endurance for both sides. Author Steve Cottrell outlines the events that led up to the involvement of this region in the war, the role of the Native Americans who took part in the war, and the effect their participation had on the war's outcome, particularly in this region. For Indians, as in the rest of the country, neighbor was pitted against neighbor, with members of the same tribe often fighting against each other. Cottrell describes in vivid detail the guerilla warfare, surprise attacks, and all-out battles that stained the grassy plains of Oklahoma with blood. In addition, he introduces the reader to the interesting and often colorful leaders of the military-North and South-including the only Indian to attain the rank of general in the war, Confederate general Stand Watie.With outstanding illustrations by Andy Thomas, this story is a tribute to and a revealing portrait of those who fought and the important role they played in this era of our country's history.

The Indian Miscellany by William Wallace Beach

Title The Indian Miscellany
Author William Wallace Beach
Publisher Albany [N.Y.] : J. Munsell
Release Date 1877
Category Indianen van Noord-Amerika
Total Pages 490
ISBN UCAL:B4517424
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Indian Naval Revolt of 1946
Author Percy S. Gourgey
Publisher Orient Blackswan
Release Date 1996
Category India
Total Pages 66
ISBN 8125011366
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Here is an authentic account of a brief, momentous event that preceded India s Independence fifty years ago. This is a personal account by the author, a junior naval officer at the time, caught by chance at the centre of the disturbances in Bombay, and it indicates their far reaching implications the historic trials in New Delhi, when Nehru was one of the defence lawyers of the Indian National Army, Gandhi s philosophy of non-violence and the significance of India becoming the first Republic of Commonwealth.

Title Journal of the Indian Wars Volume 1 Number 2
Author Michael Hughes
Publisher Savas Publishing
Release Date 1999-03-01
Category History
Total Pages 188
ISBN 9781940669205
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Journal of the Indian Wars, or JIW was a quarterly publication on the study of the American Indian Wars. Before JIW, no periodical dedicated exclusively to this fascinating topic was available. JIW's focus was on warfare in the United States, Canada, and the Spanish borderlands from 1492 to 1890. Published articles also include personalities, policy, and military technologies. JIW was designed to satisfy both professional and lay readers with original articles of lasting value and a variety of columns of interest, plus book reviews, all enhanced with maps and illustrations. JIW's lengthy essays of substance are presented in a fresh and entertaining manner. This issue is dedicated to battles and leaders of the early United States east of the Mississippi River. Eastern battles remain the most obscure in the history of the Indian conflicts, and those fought in the "Old Southeast" are the most obscure of all. This issue includes the following topics: Editor's Forward Prelude to Horseshoe's Bend: The Battles of Emuckfaw and Enotochopco "The Carnage was Dreadful": The Battle of Horseshoe Bend The Blackhawk War Reconsidered: A New Interpretation of its Causes and Consequences William Clark's Journal of Maj. Gen. Anthony's Wayne's 1794 Campaign Against the Indians in Ohio "'Fighting the Flames of a Merciless War': Secretary of War Henry Knox and the Indian War in the Old Northwest," 1790-1795 The Battle of Fallen Timbers: An Historical Perspective Interview: A Conversation with Archaeologist G. Michael Pratt Captain Albert Barnitz and the Battle of the Washita: New Documents, New Insights Features: The Tippacanoe Battlefield and Museum The Indian Wars: Organizational, Tribal, and Museum News Thomas Online: A Beginner's Guide to Indian Wars Research on the Web Book Reviews Index