This book provides the first comprehensive history of the Native Peoples of North America from their arrival in the western hemisphere to the present. It describes how Native Peoples have dealt with the environmental diversity of North America and have responded to the different European colonial regimes and national governments that have established themselves in recent centuries. It also examines the development of a pan-Indian identity since the nineteenth century and provides a comparison not found in other histories of how Native Peoples have fared in Canada and the United States.These include Great Lakes Archaeology by Ronald Mason (New York, 1981), The Archaeology of New England by Dean ... Fla. , 1986), Archaic Hunters and Gatherers in the American Midwest by James Phillips and James Brown (Orlando , Fla., ... Jenningsa#39;s Ancient Native Americans contains a chapter on aquot;The Midlands and northeastern Unired Statesaquot; by James ... Directionsaquot; provides one scholara#39;s view of a future that is already here ( Palo Alro, Annual Review of Anthropology, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas|
|Author||:||Bruce G. Trigger, Wilcomb E. Washburn|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1996-10-13|