Gary Clayton Anderson - History - 1999 - 376 pages
In The Indian Southwest, 1580-1830, Gary Clayton Anderson argues that, in the face of European conquest and severe droughts that reduced their food sources, Indians in the ...
Andrés Tijerina - History - 1994 - 172 pages
Historians have amply recorded the battles and the Anglo-Americans' military, economic, and political domination of the Mexican lands after 1836. But few studies have ...
Paul H. Carlson - History - 1998 - 254 pages
Recounts the rise and fall of the Plains Indians from 1750 to 1890 and describes their way of life after contact with outsiders enabled them to adopt horses and firearms
Mark Edwin Miller - Social Science - 2004 - 355 pages
First book-length overview of the Federal Acknowledgment Process enacted in 1978, the legal mechanism whereby native groups achieve official "recognition" of tribal status.