Doug Miller earned a BA in history and American Indian Studies from the University of Minnesota and an MA in history from the University of Illinois at Chicago. As a PhD student under the advisement of Dr. Warren Metcalf, he is researching American Indian urban relocation in the 1950s-1960s. He has presented work on this topic at numerous conferences, including the Society for Ethnohistory Annual Conference and the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Annual Conference. In 2010, Mr. Miller’s essay “Dignity and Decency: Father Peter Powell and American Indian Relocation to Chicago” was included inNative Americans and the Legacy of Harry S. Truman(Truman State University Press). He has also contributed numerous essays on topics in Native American history to various encyclopedias and a book review to theAmerican Indian Culture and Research Journal. Mr. Miller is a recipient of the Hudson Fellowship.