The conclusion considers the power and persistence of playing Indian in American culture. From Daniel Boone to Captain America, from the frontiersman to the superhero, from the frontier to the city, playing Indian maintains a powerful presence in American popular culture, reflecting and shaping perceptions of race, gender, and national identity.
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