Notable Native Americans
Sharon Malinowski, George H. J. Abrams
Gale Research, 1995 - Social Science - 492 pages
A compilation of biographical and bibliographical information on more than 265 outstanding Native North American men and women throughout history. Each signed narrative essay covers a prominent individual from politics, law, journalism, science, medicine, religion, art and literature, athletics, education, or entertainment. The book includes includes a listing of entries according to tribal group or nation plus a listing of entries according to occupation or tribal roles.
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