Man's Rise to Civilization as Shown by the Indians of North America from Primeval Times to the Coming of the Industrial State
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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Paiute woman photographed by Major Powells Expedition
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