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Author: Colin G Calloway
Publisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Bedford/St. Martin's, a Macmillan Education imprint, [2016] 2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fifth editionView all editions and formats
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Overview: First Peoples' distinctive approach continues to make it the bestselling and most highly acclaimed text for the American Indian history survey. Respected scholar Colin G. Calloway provides a solid foundation grounded in timely scholarship and a narrative that brings a largely untold history to students. The signature “docutext” format of First Peoples strikes the ideal balance, combining in every  Read more...
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ISBN: 9781457696244 145769624X
OCLC Number: 920541537
Description: xviii, 670 pages : illustrations, color maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface --
Maps, tables and charts --
Introduction: American Indians In American History: --
Perspective on the past --
America's master narrative --
Indian history: a shared past --
Working with sources --
Note on name usage and geographic focus --
References --
American History Before Columbus: --
Determining What Came Before: --
Pre-contact population --
Creation stories and migration theories --
Debates over native origins --
Glimpses Of Pre-Contact Societies: --
West coast affluence --
Columbia plateau fishers --
Great basin foragers --
First buffalo hunters of the plains --
First farmers of the Southwest --
Farmers and mound builders of the Eastern woodlands --
Emerging tribes and confederacies --
Seaborne strangers --
Documents: --
Navajo Emergence Story And An Iroquois Creation Story: --
Hastin Tlo'tsi hee: Beginning --
John Norton: Iroquois creation story (c 1816) --
Iroquois Great League Of Peace: --
Chiefs of the six nations: the laws of the confederacy (1900) --
Picture Essay: Early American Cities, Settlements, And Centers: --
Ruins of Pueblo Bonito --
Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde --
Cahokia Mounds, CAD 1150-1200 --
John White: Indian Village of Secoton (1585) --
Iroquois Longhouse --
References --
Suggested readings --
Invasions Of America: 1492-1680: --
First Contacts And Mutual Appraisals: --
Native America through the European lens --
Enduring images --
Columbian Exchange: --
Changing New Word landscapes --
Biological catastrophes --
Indians Confront the Spanish: --
Mission for gold and God --
Conquest of the Aztecs --
Searching for other empires --
North American attempts to colonize and Christianize --
Pueblo War of Independence --
Indians Confront The French: --
Commerce and conflict --
Pelts and priests --
Indians Confront The English: --
Securing a beachhead in Virginia --
Making a new England --
King Philip's War --
Documents: --
Cooperation, Contagion and Conflict: --
William Bradford: Of Plymouth Plantation (1590-1657) --
Jesuit Assesses The Hurons And A Mi'kmaq Assesses The French: --
Jean de Brebeuf: Mission to the Hurons (1635-1637) --
Chrestien LeClerq: Mi'kmaq questions French "civilization" (1677) --
Two Indian Wars Of Independence: --
John Easton: Metacomet explains the causes of "King Philip's War" from a relacion of the Indyan Warre (1675) --
Declaration of the Indian Juan (1681) --
Picture Essay: Images Of Invasion: --
William Powell: Discovery of the Mississippi by De Soto in 1541 (1853) --
Spaniards on horseback --
Wampum belt, made by Lenni Lenape (Delaware) Indian People, Pennsylvania --
Haida carving of a missionary, c 1820-1860 --
Homeland security: fighting terrorism since 1492 --
References --
Suggested readings --
Indians In Colonial Worlds: 1680-1763: --
Economic And Cultural Exchanges: --
Indians in colonial societies --
Colonists in Indian societies --
Fur Trades And Slave Trades: --
Impact of the fur trades --
Cost of the fur trade --
Indian slavery --
Diplomacy In Colonial America: --
Language and lessons of diplomacy --
Attempts at diplomatic balance --
Wars For America: --
World transformed by war --
French and English War --
Division within tribal communities --
Captives taken, captives returned --
Responses To Change In The West: Indian Power On The Plains: --
Horses transform the plains --
Jostling for position on the plains --
At the confluence of guns and horses --
War and diplomacy on the Southern Plains --
Documents: --
English Treaty And A Penobscot Response: --
Treaty between the Abenaki Indians and the English at Casco Bay (1727) --
Loron Sauguaarum: Account of negotiations leading to the Casco Bay Treaty (1727) --
Indian Foreign Policies And Imperial Rivalries: --
Ateawaneto: Speech defying the English (1752) --
Christian Frederick Post: Negotiations with the Delawares (1758) --
Captive With The Senecas: --
Mary Jemison (Dickewamis): Narrative of her life (1824) --
Pictures Essay: Atlantic Travelers: Indians In Eighteenth-Century London: --
John Verelst: Tac Yec Neen Ho Gar Ton (Hendrick: "Emperor of the Six Nations") (1701) --
Isaac Basire: Seven Cherokees (1730) --
William Verelst: Creek delegation meets the trustees of Georgia (1734) --
Francis Parsons: Cunne Shote (1762) --
Jonathan Spilsbury, after Mason Chamberlain: Reverend Mr Samson Occom (1768) --
References --
Suggested readings --
Revolutions East And West: 1763-1800: --
Worlds Turned Upside Down: --
Pontiac's War: Indians confront a new empire --
Attempting to draw a line --
Indians And The American Revolution: --
Indian loyalties divided --
Treaties of peace and conquest --
Indians Confront An Expanding Nation: --
United States develops and Indian-and a land-policy --
Indians build a united defense --
Upheavals In The West: --
Emerging and colliding powers on the plains --
California missions --
Pacific Northwest pelt rush --
Smallpox used them up --
Docuements: --
Revolution Divides The Iroquois And The Cherokees: --
Oneida declaration of neutrality (1775) --
Henry Stuart: Report from Cherokee Country (1776) --
Indian Solution To The Conflict Over Indian Lands: --
Western Indians: Message to the commissioners of the United States (1793) --
Picture Essay: Northwest Coast Indians On The Brink: The Drawings Of John Webber: --
John Webber: View in Ship Cove, Nootka Sound (1778) --
John Webber: Interior of habitation at Nootka Sound (1778) --
John Webber: Woman of Nootka Sound (1778) --
John Webber: Man of Nootka Sound (1778) --
John Webber: Woman of Prince William's Island (1778) --
John Webber: Man of Oonalashka (1778) --
References --
Suggested Readings --
American Indians And The New Nation 1800-1840: --
Accommodating And Resisting Change: --
Adapting to new ways --
Last phases of united Indian resistance --
Lewis And Clark In Indian Country: --
Encounters on the Missouri --
Over the mountains and back --
Indian Removals: --
Roots of the removal policy --
Cherokee resistance --
Implementing removal in the South --
Removal in the North --
Surviving behind the frontier: race, class, and history in nineteenth-century New England --
Documents: --
Double Homicide At Two Medicine: --
Meriwether Lewis: Account of his fight with the Blackfeet (1806) --
Cherokee And White Women Oppose Removal: --
Cherokee Women: Petition (May 2, 1817) --
Cherokee Women: Petition (June 30, 1818) --
Petition from the women of Steubenville, Ohio (1830) --
Foundations Of Federal Indian Law And A Native Response: --
John Marshall: Cherokee Nation versus State of Georgia (1831) and Worcester versus Georgia (1832) --
John Ross: Reactions to Worcester versus Georgia: Letter to Richard Taylor, John Baldridge, Sleeping Rabbit, Sicketowee, and Wahachee (April 28, 1832) --
Picture Essay: Indian Life On The Upper Missouri: A Catlin/Bodmer Portfolio:--
Karl Bodmer: Interior of the hut of a Mandan Chief --
Diagram of the interior of an Earth Lodge --
George Catlin: Mint, a pretty girl --
Karl Bodmer: Pehriska-Ruhpa, Moennitarri Warrior, in the costume of the dog dance --
George Catlin: Pigeon's egg head (the light) going to and returning from Washington --
References --
Suggested readings --
Defending The West: 1840-1890: --
Invaders From The East: Incursions Before The American Civil War: --
Invaders From The East: Incursions Before The American Civil War: --
Ravages of disease --
Ethnic cleansing in Texas, c 1836-1848 --
American empire reaches the Pacific Northwest: 1846-1856 --
Genocide and exploitation in California --
Opening clashes on the plains: 1851-1856 --
Wars And Treaties 1861-1874: --
Indian experiences during the American Civil War --
Final treaties and ongoing conflicts: 1866-1874 --
Land Seizure And Removal To Reservations: --
Battles for sacred lands and homelands: 1875-1878 --
End of Apache resistance --
Different Strategies For Survival: --
Indian Scouts and allies --
Return of the prophets --
Documents: --
Sixty Years Of Kowa History: --
Dohasan calendar (1832-1892) --
Sioux, The Treaty Of Fort Laramie, And The Black Hills: --
Iron Shell Brule' Sioux: We want you to take away the forts from the country (April 28 1868) --
Treaty with the Sioux-Brule, Oglala, Miniconjou, Yanktonai, Hunkpapa, Blackfeet, Cuthead, Two Kettle, Sans Arcs, and Santee-and Arapaho (1868) --
Chief Joseph's Plea For Freedom: --
Chief Joseph: Indian's view of Indian affairs (1879) --
Picture Essay: Battle Of The Little Bighorn In Myth And History: --
William Cary: Death struggle of General Custer (1876) --
Custer's Last Stand (1904) --
Little Big Man (1970) --
Lakotas fighting Custer's command --
Indian Memorial at Little Bighorn --
References --
Suggested readings --
Kill The Indian And Save The Man: 1870s-1920s: --
Americanizing The American Indian: --
Policies of detribalization --
Resistance takes new forms --
Dawes Allotment Act (1887) --
Indian Territory becomes Oklahoma --
Educational Assault On Indian Children: --
Removing children from the tribe --
Life in the schools --
Surviving the schools, using the education --
Two worlds of Ohiyesa and Charles Eastman --
Native Americans Enter The Twentieth Century: --
I still live: Indians in American society --
Cultural expression and the American way --
New generation of leaders --
Soldiers and citizens --
Indian affairs on the eve of the Great Depression --
Documents: American Reformer Views "The Indian Problem" And An Indian Reformer Views The Indian Bureau: --
Merrill E Gates: From the Seventeenth Annual Report Of The Board Of Indian Commissioners (1885) --
Carlos Montezuma: What Indians must do (1914) --
Two Sioux School Experiences: --
Luther Standing Bear: What a school could have been established (1933) --
Zitkala-Sa: Melancholy of those black days (1921) --
Picture Essay: Fort Marion Artists: --
Howling wolf, Cheyenne Warrior striking an enemy --
Courtship scene --
Paul Caryl Zotom: On the parapet of Ft Marion next day after arrival (c 1875) --
Distribution of goods --
Chief Killer: Education of the Fort Marion Prisoners (1875-1878) --
Wo-Haw: Self-portrait (c 1875) --
References --
Suggested readings --
From The Great Crash To Alcatraz: 1929-1969: --
New Era In Indian Affairs?: --
John Collier and the Indian New Deal --
Indian Reorganization Act --
Opposing and disputing the IRA --
Indians and World War II --
Termination: --
Indian claims Commission --
Removing the government's trust responsibilities --
Relocation and urban Indians --
Drowning homelands --
Younger Generation Responds: --
Upheaval in America --
Rise of Indian militancy --
Documents: --
Two Views Of The Indian Reorganization Act: --
John Collier: Indian Renaissance, from the Annual Report of the commissioner of Indian affairs (1935) --
Robert Burnette and John Koster: Blueprint for elected tyranny (1974) --
Indians In The Cites: --
Ignatia Broker: Bought to a brotherhood (1983) --
Docuements Of Indian Militancy: --
Clyde Warrior: We are not free: from testimony before the President's National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty (1967) --
Indians of all tribes, proclamation to the Great White Father and to all his people (1969) --
Picture Essay: Indians And World War II: --
Banning the Swastika --
Iroquois declare war on the axis powers on the steps of the US Capitol, June 1942 --
Indian women in the marine Corps Reserve --
Navajo code talkers: December 1943 --
Flag raising at Iwo Jima --
Quincy Tahoma: First furlough (1943) --
References --
Suggested readings --
Self-Determination And Sovereignty: 1970-2010: --
New Policies, New Militancy: --
American Indian movement --
Siege at Wounded Knee --
Legacies of Wounded Knee --
From Paternalism To Partnership: --
Protecting women's reproductive rights --
Regaining rights: child welfare and religious freedom --
Taking Back Education: --
Indian education for Indian students --
Tribal colleges --
Struggle For Natural Resources: Coal, uranium, and oil --
Fighting for and against water --
Sovereignty Goes To Court: --
Victories for tribal rights --
Chipping away at tribal sovereignty --
New Era In Washington?: --
Changes at the BIA --
Repatriation and a new museum --
New Embassy and new "White Father" --
Documents: --
Woman's View From Wounded Knee: --
Mary Crow Dog: I would have my baby at Wounded Knee (1991) --
Supreme Court And Tribal Sovereignty: The Oliphant Decision And Its Impact In Indian Country: --
Supreme Court of the United States, Oliphant versus Suquamish Indian Tribe (1978) --
N Bruce Duthu: Broken justice in Indian country (2008) --
Indian Leadership At The End Of The Twentieth Century: --
Vine Deloria Jr : Popularity of being Indian: a new trend in contemporary American society (1984) --
Wilma Mankiller: Returning the balance (1993) --
Picture Essay: Indian Artists Depict Modern Indian Life: --
David P Bradley: Indian country today (1997) --
Harry Fonseca: Coyote woman in the city (1979) --
Peter Jones: Sovereign Indian --
Jack Malotte: It's hard to be traditional when you're all plugged in --
Bunky Echo-Hawk: Before here was here --
References --
Suggested readings --
Nations Within A Nation: Indian Country Today: --
Twenty-First-Century Renaissance: --
Census: an evolving profile of Indian America --
Who is an Indian? --
Recognized and non-recognized tribes --
Old stereotypes and new images --
Self-Rule And Self-Help: --
Nations, not minorities --
Third Sovereigns, triple citizens, and tribal justice --
Building Prosperity In Indian Country: --
Economic success through sovereignty --
Gaming: a devil's bargain? --
Homelands Or Wastelands: --
Nuclear waste in Indian Country --
Earth hurts --
Global warming and new partnerships --
Building Well Nations: --
Confronting drugs and alcohol --
Balancing ways of healing --
Restoring safety to native women --
Welfare of Indian children --
Revitalizing nations: preserving language and culture --
Documents: --
Playing Indian And Fighting Mascots: --
Suzan Shown Harjo: Washington "Redskins" is a racist name: US pro football must disavow it (January 2013) --
Dan Snyder: Letter to Washington Redskins fans (October 2013) --
US-Indian Relations On A World Stage: --
General Assembly of the United Nations: United Nations declaration on the Rights of Indigenous people (September 13, 2007) --
Picture Essay: Tribal Sovereignty In Action: --
Pawnee Nation flag --
Tlingit Tribal Assembly --
Tribal police --
Navajo Supreme Court --
Language immersion program --
Tipis on the mall --
References --
Suggested readings --
Index.
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Overview: First Peoples' distinctive approach continues to make it the bestselling and most highly acclaimed text for the American Indian history survey. Respected scholar Colin G. Calloway provides a solid foundation grounded in timely scholarship and a narrative that brings a largely untold history to students. The signature “docutext” format of First Peoples strikes the ideal balance, combining in every chapter a compelling narrative and rich written and visual documents from Native and non-Native voices alike. An expansion by two full chapters presents a more diverse and nuanced picture of the history of Native peoples in America.

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    schema:description "From The Great Crash To Alcatraz: 1929-1969: -- New Era In Indian Affairs?: -- John Collier and the Indian New Deal -- Indian Reorganization Act -- Opposing and disputing the IRA -- Indians and World War II -- Termination: -- Indian claims Commission -- Removing the government's trust responsibilities -- Relocation and urban Indians -- Drowning homelands -- Younger Generation Responds: -- Upheaval in America -- Rise of Indian militancy -- Documents: -- Two Views Of The Indian Reorganization Act: -- John Collier: Indian Renaissance, from the Annual Report of the commissioner of Indian affairs (1935) -- Robert Burnette and John Koster: Blueprint for elected tyranny (1974) -- Indians In The Cites: -- Ignatia Broker: Bought to a brotherhood (1983) -- Docuements Of Indian Militancy: -- Clyde Warrior: We are not free: from testimony before the President's National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty (1967) -- Indians of all tribes, proclamation to the Great White Father and to all his people (1969) -- Picture Essay: Indians And World War II: -- Banning the Swastika -- Iroquois declare war on the axis powers on the steps of the US Capitol, June 1942 -- Indian women in the marine Corps Reserve -- Navajo code talkers: December 1943 -- Flag raising at Iwo Jima -- Quincy Tahoma: First furlough (1943) -- References -- Suggested readings -- Self-Determination And Sovereignty: 1970-2010: -- New Policies, New Militancy: -- American Indian movement -- Siege at Wounded Knee -- Legacies of Wounded Knee -- From Paternalism To Partnership: -- Protecting women's reproductive rights -- Regaining rights: child welfare and religious freedom -- Taking Back Education: -- Indian education for Indian students -- Tribal colleges -- Struggle For Natural Resources: Coal, uranium, and oil -- Fighting for and against water -- Sovereignty Goes To Court: -- Victories for tribal rights -- Chipping away at tribal sovereignty -- New Era In Washington?: -- Changes at the BIA -- Repatriation and a new museum -- New Embassy and new "White Father" -- Documents: -- Woman's View From Wounded Knee: -- Mary Crow Dog: I would have my baby at Wounded Knee (1991) -- Supreme Court And Tribal Sovereignty: The Oliphant Decision And Its Impact In Indian Country: -- Supreme Court of the United States, Oliphant versus Suquamish Indian Tribe (1978) -- N Bruce Duthu: Broken justice in Indian country (2008) -- Indian Leadership At The End Of The Twentieth Century: -- Vine Deloria Jr : Popularity of being Indian: a new trend in contemporary American society (1984) -- Wilma Mankiller: Returning the balance (1993) -- Picture Essay: Indian Artists Depict Modern Indian Life: -- David P Bradley: Indian country today (1997) -- Harry Fonseca: Coyote woman in the city (1979) -- Peter Jones: Sovereign Indian -- Jack Malotte: It's hard to be traditional when you're all plugged in -- Bunky Echo-Hawk: Before here was here -- References -- Suggested readings -- Nations Within A Nation: Indian Country Today: -- Twenty-First-Century Renaissance: -- Census: an evolving profile of Indian America -- Who is an Indian? -- Recognized and non-recognized tribes -- Old stereotypes and new images -- Self-Rule And Self-Help: -- Nations, not minorities -- Third Sovereigns, triple citizens, and tribal justice -- Building Prosperity In Indian Country: -- Economic success through sovereignty -- Gaming: a devil's bargain? -- Homelands Or Wastelands: -- Nuclear waste in Indian Country -- Earth hurts -- Global warming and new partnerships -- Building Well Nations: -- Confronting drugs and alcohol -- Balancing ways of healing -- Restoring safety to native women -- Welfare of Indian children -- Revitalizing nations: preserving language and culture -- Documents: -- Playing Indian And Fighting Mascots: -- Suzan Shown Harjo: Washington "Redskins" is a racist name: US pro football must disavow it (January 2013) -- Dan Snyder: Letter to Washington Redskins fans (October 2013) -- US-Indian Relations On A World Stage: -- General Assembly of the United Nations: United Nations declaration on the Rights of Indigenous people (September 13, 2007) -- Picture Essay: Tribal Sovereignty In Action: -- Pawnee Nation flag -- Tlingit Tribal Assembly -- Tribal police -- Navajo Supreme Court -- Language immersion program -- Tipis on the mall -- References -- Suggested readings -- Index."@en ;
    schema:description "Preface -- Maps, tables and charts -- Introduction: American Indians In American History: -- Perspective on the past -- America's master narrative -- Indian history: a shared past -- Working with sources -- Note on name usage and geographic focus -- References -- American History Before Columbus: -- Determining What Came Before: -- Pre-contact population -- Creation stories and migration theories -- Debates over native origins -- Glimpses Of Pre-Contact Societies: -- West coast affluence -- Columbia plateau fishers -- Great basin foragers -- First buffalo hunters of the plains -- First farmers of the Southwest -- Farmers and mound builders of the Eastern woodlands -- Emerging tribes and confederacies -- Seaborne strangers -- Documents: -- Navajo Emergence Story And An Iroquois Creation Story: -- Hastin Tlo'tsi hee: Beginning -- John Norton: Iroquois creation story (c 1816) -- Iroquois Great League Of Peace: -- Chiefs of the six nations: the laws of the confederacy (1900) -- Picture Essay: Early American Cities, Settlements, And Centers: -- Ruins of Pueblo Bonito -- Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde -- Cahokia Mounds, CAD 1150-1200 -- John White: Indian Village of Secoton (1585) -- Iroquois Longhouse -- References -- Suggested readings -- Invasions Of America: 1492-1680: -- First Contacts And Mutual Appraisals: -- Native America through the European lens -- Enduring images -- Columbian Exchange: -- Changing New Word landscapes -- Biological catastrophes -- Indians Confront the Spanish: -- Mission for gold and God -- Conquest of the Aztecs -- Searching for other empires -- North American attempts to colonize and Christianize -- Pueblo War of Independence -- Indians Confront The French: -- Commerce and conflict -- Pelts and priests -- Indians Confront The English: -- Securing a beachhead in Virginia -- Making a new England -- King Philip's War -- Documents: -- Cooperation, Contagion and Conflict: -- William Bradford: Of Plymouth Plantation (1590-1657) -- Jesuit Assesses The Hurons And A Mi'kmaq Assesses The French: -- Jean de Brebeuf: Mission to the Hurons (1635-1637) -- Chrestien LeClerq: Mi'kmaq questions French "civilization" (1677) -- Two Indian Wars Of Independence: -- John Easton: Metacomet explains the causes of "King Philip's War" from a relacion of the Indyan Warre (1675) -- Declaration of the Indian Juan (1681) -- Picture Essay: Images Of Invasion: -- William Powell: Discovery of the Mississippi by De Soto in 1541 (1853) -- Spaniards on horseback -- Wampum belt, made by Lenni Lenape (Delaware) Indian People, Pennsylvania -- Haida carving of a missionary, c 1820-1860 -- Homeland security: fighting terrorism since 1492 -- References -- Suggested readings -- Indians In Colonial Worlds: 1680-1763: -- Economic And Cultural Exchanges: -- Indians in colonial societies -- Colonists in Indian societies -- Fur Trades And Slave Trades: -- Impact of the fur trades -- Cost of the fur trade -- Indian slavery -- Diplomacy In Colonial America: -- Language and lessons of diplomacy -- Attempts at diplomatic balance -- Wars For America: -- World transformed by war -- French and English War -- Division within tribal communities -- Captives taken, captives returned -- Responses To Change In The West: Indian Power On The Plains: -- Horses transform the plains -- Jostling for position on the plains -- At the confluence of guns and horses -- War and diplomacy on the Southern Plains -- Documents: -- English Treaty And A Penobscot Response: -- Treaty between the Abenaki Indians and the English at Casco Bay (1727) -- Loron Sauguaarum: Account of negotiations leading to the Casco Bay Treaty (1727) -- Indian Foreign Policies And Imperial Rivalries: -- Ateawaneto: Speech defying the English (1752) -- Christian Frederick Post: Negotiations with the Delawares (1758) -- Captive With The Senecas: -- Mary Jemison (Dickewamis): Narrative of her life (1824) -- Pictures Essay: Atlantic Travelers: Indians In Eighteenth-Century London: -- John Verelst: Tac Yec Neen Ho Gar Ton (Hendrick: "Emperor of the Six Nations") (1701) -- Isaac Basire: Seven Cherokees (1730) -- William Verelst: Creek delegation meets the trustees of Georgia (1734) -- Francis Parsons: Cunne Shote (1762) -- Jonathan Spilsbury, after Mason Chamberlain: Reverend Mr Samson Occom (1768) -- References -- Suggested readings -- Revolutions East And West: 1763-1800: -- Worlds Turned Upside Down: -- Pontiac's War: Indians confront a new empire -- Attempting to draw a line -- Indians And The American Revolution: -- Indian loyalties divided -- Treaties of peace and conquest -- Indians Confront An Expanding Nation: -- United States develops and Indian-and a land-policy -- Indians build a united defense -- Upheavals In The West: -- Emerging and colliding powers on the plains -- California missions -- Pacific Northwest pelt rush -- Smallpox used them up -- Docuements: -- Revolution Divides The Iroquois And The Cherokees: -- Oneida declaration of neutrality (1775) -- Henry Stuart: Report from Cherokee Country (1776) -- Indian Solution To The Conflict Over Indian Lands: -- Western Indians: Message to the commissioners of the United States (1793) -- Picture Essay: Northwest Coast Indians On The Brink: The Drawings Of John Webber: -- John Webber: View in Ship Cove, Nootka Sound (1778) -- John Webber: Interior of habitation at Nootka Sound (1778) -- John Webber: Woman of Nootka Sound (1778) -- John Webber: Man of Nootka Sound (1778) -- John Webber: Woman of Prince William's Island (1778) -- John Webber: Man of Oonalashka (1778) -- References -- Suggested Readings --"@en ;
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