Stolen continents: the Americas through Indian eyes since 1492

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Houghton Mifflin, 1992 - History - 424 pages
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The ravaging European invasions which followed the "discovery" of America by Columbus resulted in war, disease, plunder, persecution and colonialism for the 100 million inhabitants of the great land. As it reveals the tragedy and perseverance Stolen Continents sets out to of the conquest of the New World. 16 pages of photographs.

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STOLEN CONTINENTS: The Americas Through Indian Eyes Since 1492

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Clear and concise history detailing the experiences of Native Americans on both continents from 1492 to 1990, from travel-writer and Mayan specialist Wright (Time Among The Maya, 1989; On Fiji Islands ... Read full review

Contents

Discovery
3
Aztec
143
Maya
161
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About the author (1992)

Ronald Wright's critically acclaimed first novel, "A Scientific Romance," was a "New York Times "Notable Book. His nonfiction includes "Stolen Continents," an award-winning history of the Americas, and "Time Among the Maya," He lives in Port Hope, Ontario.