Encyclopedia Of Native American History, 3-Volume Set (Facts On File Library Of American History)

Encyclopedia Of Native American History, 3-Volume Set (Facts On File Library Of American History)

Encyclopedia of Native American History, 3-Volume Set (Facts on File Library of American History)

European explorers reached North America more than 400 years ago, and since that time Native Americans have had to struggle to survive. Yet, despite injustices both past and present, the Native American community has persevered over the centuries.

The new, three-volume Encyclopedia of Native American History offers a comprehensive and authoritative look at the most important individuals, events, and topics in American Indian history. Researchers and students alike will benefit from the in-depth coverage of tribes, notable leaders and events, customs, dress, dwellings, weapons, government, religion, and more. Covering the period from the first human settlements in the Americas to the present day, this set features black-and-white photographs, an insert of full-color maps, an appendix, and cross-references. Written for high school and college students as well as the general public, this resource will be invaluable to anyone interested in learning about this fascinating topic.

Coverage includes:

-Adena
-American Indian Movement
-Art
-Beaver Wars
-Black Hawk
-Buffalo
-Cahokia
-Cherokee
-Code talkers
-Crazy Horse
-Disease
-Foodways
-Geronimo
-Hopi
-Kiowa
-Longest Walk
-Maize
-Medicine
-Mohawk
-Music
-Navajo
-Pequot War
-Powwow
-Removal Act
-Sacagawea
-Sioux
-Jim Thorpe
-Trail of Tears
-Wounded Knee.

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