The American heritage book of Indians
American Heritage Pub. Co.; book trade distribution by Simon & Schuster, 1961 - History - 424 pages
This leading single-volume work presents the history of Native Americans in the New World, from their arrival over the Bering Strait to present-day reservation life. Brandon provides a varied and rich 20,000-year history of Native Americans in both North and South America.
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