American Indians in Texas: Conflict and Survival: Conflict and Survival
Groups of American Indians had been living in the Texas region for thousands of years when American settlers decided to expand westward. This captivating book explores the Texas history and the history of American Indians and how each group found different ways to live on the region they inhabited. Readers will learn about a variety of tribes, including Karankawa tribe, Jumano, Caddo, Lipan Apache, and Shosone and discover how they struggled to survive European colonization, Indian Removal Act, and American expansion. Other topics include the Dawes Act, Indian Civil Rights Act, and peace treaties. Through plenty of interesting and intriguing facts, engaging sidebars, accommodating glossary and index, and supportive text, readers will be encouraged to learn and explore the history of the Indians of North America.
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