This Land was Theirs: A Study of Native Americans
This Land Was Theirs is survey of traditional and contemporary ways of life of 12 tribes that represent the major culture areas and level of socioeconomic complexity among North American Indians.
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Who Is a Native American?
What Do We Know of Native American Languages?
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