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The Tainos : rise & decline of the people who greeted Columbus

Author: Irving Rouse
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Reconstructs the development of the Tainos before Columbus and how they declined after his arrival.
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Named Person: Christopher Columbus; Christophe Colomb; Christophe Colomb; Christopher Columbus
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Irving Rouse
ISBN: 0300051816 0300056966 9780300051810 9780300056969
OCLC Number: 24469325
Description: xii, 211 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Contents: Ch. I. Introduction. The Natural Setting. The Tainos. Neighboring Ethnic Groups. Conclusions --
Ch. II. The Ancestries of the Tainos. Cultural Ancestry. Linguistic Ancestry. Biological Ancestry. Conclusions --
Ch. III. The Peopling of the West Indies. The Casimiroid Peoples, 4000-400 B.C. The Ortoiroid Peoples, 2000-400 B.C. The Ortoiroid-Casimiroid Frontier, 1000-400 B.C. Conclusions --
Ch. IV. The First Repeopling. The Saladoid Peoples, 2000 B.C.-600 A.D. The Saladoid-Casimiroid Frontier, 200 B.C.-600 A.D. The Western Ostionoid Peoples, 600-1500. Conclusions --
Ch. V. The Emergence of the Tainos. The Central Ostionoid Peoples, 600-1500. The Eastern Ostionoid Peoples, 600-1640. Beyond the Eastern Frontier, 600-1640. Conclusions --
Ch. VI. The Second Repeopling. The Voyages of Columbus, 1492-1504. Conquest, 1494-1797. Survival and Revival, 1524 On. Conclusions --
Epilogue: The Tainos' Role in the Columbian Exchange. Biological Traits. Cultural Traits. Linguistic Traits. Conclusions.
Responsibility: Irving Rouse.

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When Columbus arrived in the Americas, the first people he encountered were the Tainos of the northern Caribbean sea. In this book Rouse tells the story of the Tainos from their ancestral days on the  Read more...

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