Chronicle of the Indian Wars: From Colonial Times to Wounded Knee

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - History - 280 pages
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From the movie screen to the printed page, Native American culture and history have earned a significant place in the country's imagination. Now, in a fast-paced and authoritative narrative sure to become a standard reference in the field, historian Alan Axelrod looks back at 400 years of a violent and tragic struggle as the Indians fought to protect their lands from white colonizers. Photos, line drawings and maps.

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This chronicle went into great depth and had primary source information from government and private sources. I learned a great deal I had not known about the wars. The military information in ... Read full review

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Jamestown and the Southern
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King Philips War 16751676
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The DutchIndian Wars 16261664
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About the author (1993)

Alan Axelrod was born on August 25, 1952, in New York. He was educated at Northeastern Illinois University and University of Iowa. He is a leading writer about American history, and is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to American History. In his books, Axelrod presents the facts, details, and faces that have helped shape the history of the United States. Axelrod has served as a consultant to several museums and institutions. He has received numerous honors, including a National Cowboy Hall of Fame Award in 1991.

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