The Native North American Almanac: A Reference Work on Native North Americans in the United States and Canada

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Duane Champagne
Gale Research, 2001 - History - 1472 pages
This source covers the civilization and culture of the indigenous peoples of the U.S. and Canada--both historic and contemporary. Included are signed essays, annotated directories, excerpts and biographies. Each chapter contains a subject-specific bibliography, photographs, maps and charts (400 illustrations in all). This 2nd edition also includes a new chapter, "Women and Gender Relations."

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Editor Champagne, the director of UCLA's American Indian Studies Center, was aided by a staff of over 70 specialist editors and contributing authors in compiling this almanac. The Almanac's 17 ... Read full review

Contents

Q Demography
207
Law and legislation
267
Southeastern Indians
276
Copyright

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