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The Columbia guide to American Indians of the Northeast

Author: Kathleen Joan Bragdon
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, ©2001.
Series: Columbia guides to American Indian history and culture.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Part I presents an overview of the cultures and histories of Northeastern Indian people and surveys the key scholarly questions and debates informing this field; part II functions as an encyclopedia, alphabetically listing important individuals, places of significant cultural or historical interest, major treaties negotiated by Southeastern Indians and federal Indian policies, and legislative acts that have affected
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kathleen Joan Bragdon
ISBN: 0231114524 9780231114523 9780231114530 0231114532
OCLC Number: 47790865
Description: ix, 292 p., 19 plates : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: The Northeast: An Overview --
Overview of the Northeast Culture Area --
The Region Defined --
Northeastern Peoples Before Columbus --
Peoples and Cultures of the Northeast: An Overview --
The Northeast During the Period of European Exploration and Colonization --
Initial Contact, Exploration, and Trade --
The Expanding Frontier --
Behind the Frontier --
The Northeast: 1850 to the Present --
Guardians, Overseers, and Indian Agents --
Labor Specializations in the Northeast --
Consolidation of the Upper Great Lakes Cultural Pattern --
Enfranchisement and Termination --
Boarding Schools --
Pan-Indianism --
Urban Indians --
Political Activism and Radical Politics, 1950 to the Present --
Land Claims and Federal Recognition --
Gaming --
Language and Cultural Revival --
Conclusions: The Northeast Culture Area Today --
People, Places, and Events in Northeast Native History --
Historical Timeline for the Northeast --
Resource Guide to Research and Theory --
Indian Tribes --
Primary Sources and the Northeast --
Archaeology, the Adoption of Agriculture, and the Rise of Complex Chiefdoms and Social Inequality in the Northeast --
Physical Anthropology --
First Impressions: Early Contact Period Documents --
Captivity Narratives --
Ethnography --
Language, Language Contact, and Early Linguistic Studies --
Descriptions of Native Languages --
Pidgins, Jargons, and Creoles --
Writing Systems and Literacy --
Language Loss --
Current Issues in Northeast Research --
Early Encounters: The Impact of Colonization --
Spirituality and Worldview.
Series Title: Columbia guides to American Indian history and culture.
Responsibility: Kathleen J. Bragdon.
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