The American Heritage Book of Indians
Alvin M. Josephy, William Brandon
Bonanza Books, 1993 - Indians. - 424 pages
A lavishly illustrated overview of native American history explores their histories and culture, the way in which they influenced one another and the whites, and other issues, and includes illustrations.
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PEOPLE OF THE DAWN
FEATHERED GODS AND PRIESTS
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