Man's rise to civilization as shown by the Indians of North America from primeval times to the coming of the industrial state

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Dutton, 1968 - History - 332 pages
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Examines and describes the various customs of North American Indian tribes to explain the evolution of man as a social being - his relationships with his family and kin groups, his religious and his political institutions. Includes Eskimos, Sub-arctic Indians, Plains Indians, Aztec Indians, and Pueblo Indians.

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Contents

THE BAND
15
ENVIRONMENT AND ADAPTATION
34
THE POTENTIALITIES
67
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