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The Native American experience

Author: Jay Wertz
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Lyons Press/Globe Pequot Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Lyons Press edView all editions and formats
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A visual guide to Native American history examines the experiences of tribes from coast to coast and their influence on the development of North America, in a volume that features removable facsimiles of rare historical documents.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Wertz
ISBN: 159921475X 9781599214757
OCLC Number: 256958184
Notes: In slip case.
Description: 64 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 27 x 31 cm
Contents: In the beginning --
the Ice Age migration to the Western Hemisphere --
The aboriginal imprint --
Eastern and Woodland Native American Tribes --
Conquistadors and the Tribes of the Southwest --
The effects of English and French colonization --
First contact on the Northwest Coast --
Spanish colonization of New Mexico --
Cherokee and other Tribes and settlement of the Southeast --
Seminoles and the discovery of Florida --
The French and Indian War --
The California mission system --
Russian inluence in the Northwest --
The new nation and the original inhabitants --
Native Americans encountered by Lewis and Clark --
Indian bureaus and the first reservations --
Gold and settlers challenge California tribes --
Native Americans and the Civil War --
Farmers, Ranchers, and Native Americans --
Last of the great warriors --
Dakota and other Plains Tribes --
Last of the great warriors --
Apache and Comanche Tribes --
Alaskan and Arctic Tribes meet the age of industrialization --
Allotment and reform --
Native Americans enter the twentieth century --
The New Deal, reorganization, and termination --
Fighting on the other side --
Native American soldiers --
Urban migration of Native Americans --
Outstanding Native Americans --
Native American art and literature --
Tribal leadership transitions inot the twenty-first century --
Return to the past --
ancient influences and modern life.
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A visual guide to Native American history examines the experiences of tribes from coast to coast and their influence on the development of North America, in a volume that features removable facsimiles of rare historical documents.

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