North American Indians

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1992 - Social Science - 612 pages
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Written in an easy-to-read, narrative format, this volume provides the most comprehensive coverage of North American Indians from earliest evidence through 1990. It shows Indians as "a people with history" and not as primitives, covering current ideological issues and political situations including treaty rights, sovereignty, and repatriation. A must-read for anyone interested in North American Indian history.

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Contents

THE RISE OF THE MEXICAN NATIONS
21
THE GREATER SOUTHWEST
103
The Western Sector The Yumans
151
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ALICE BECK KEHOE is Professor of Anthropology emerita at Marquette University and Adjunct Professor in Anthropology, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee. She has authored textbooks for courses on Native Americans, introductory archaeology, and the history of archaeology, as well as numerous professional books and articles, in her illustrious career. Her fieldwork has stretched from Saskatchewan to Bolivia and from the Czech Republic to Illinois. She has worked extensively with Native American communities and is one of the founders of gender research in archaeology.

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