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|Date of Birth||January 14, 1904|
|Date of Death||October 01, 1977|
|Place of Birth||St. Ignatius, Montana|
D'Arcy McNickle Biography
D'Arcy McNickle is a famous American novelist, who was born on January 14, 1904 in St. Ignatius, Montana. According to Astrologers, D'Arcy McNickle's zodiac sign is Capricorn.
(William) D'Arcy McNickle (January 14, 1904 – October 10, 1977) (Salish Kootenai) was a writer, Native American activist, college professor and administrator, and anthropologist. Of Irish and Cree-Métis descent, he later enrolled in the Salish Kootenai nation, as his mother has come to Montana with the Métis as a refugee. He is known also for his novel The Surrounded.
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D'Arcy McNickle was an enrolled Salish Kootenai on the Flathead Indian Reservation. He was born on January 14, 1904, to William McNickle, ethnic Irish, and Philomene Parenteau, Cree- Métis. His mother was among numerous Métis who had fled to Montana in the late 19th century to escape the aftermath of suppression following the 1885 Riel Rebellion, also known as the North-West Rebellion. She eventually found refuge at the Flathead reservation. McNickle grew up on the reservation in St. Ignatius. He attended mission schools there and boarding schools located elsewhere, off the reservation.
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That year he was hired as an administrative assistant at the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and moved to Washington, DC. McNickle worked under John Collier, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, during the 1930s and 1940s. During this period, Collier encouraged reorganization of self-government among the Native American tribes, and many began to assert more direction for their peoples. McNickle developed expertise in a wide range of areas related to Native American policies. He helped found the National Congress of American Indians in 1944. By 1950, he had been promoted to chief of the tribal relations branch at the BIA. He also began to publish non-fiction works on Native American history, cultures, and governmental policies.
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In 1952 McNickle was selected as director of American Indian Development, Inc., which was affiliated with the University of Colorado at Boulder. He was also active with other Native American organizations, as tribes began to assert their drive for civil rights and to work more closely together as an ethnic group. He was instrumental in drafting the "Declaration of Indian Purpose" for the 1961 American Indian Chicago Conference.
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Continuing his academic work, in 1966 McNickle moved to what is now the University of Regina, to develop a new anthropology department. In 1972, McNickle helped create the Center for the History of the American Indian in Chicago's Newberry Library.
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