The Indian Heritage of America
A historical overview of the Indians of the Americas. Includes Indians of the arctic and sub-arctic, the coasts (east and west), Plains, Great Basin, Plateau, California, and the Andes. Illustrated with maps, sketches and photographs.
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Stereotypes and the Real Indian
The Diversities of Indians
Language Groups North America
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agriculture Alaska Algonquian Anasazi animals Apaches Arawaks archeologists Arizona Athapascan Aztecs bands Basin became California canoes carved centers central century ceremonies chiefs civilization coast coastal corn cultural area dances eastern Ecuador Eskimos existed farming farther north fishing gathering groups hemisphere highlands Hohokam Hopis horses hunters hunting Inca Indians influences Iroquois Island known Lakes land leaders lived Mayan Mexico Middle America Mississippi Mississippian Culture mounds mountains moved native Navahos Nez Perces nomadic Northeast northern Northwest northwestern Ojibwas Olmec period Peru plains Plateau population possessed pottery present-day principal projectile points Pueblo Puerto Hormiga raids region religious reservations River settlements settlers shamans Shoshonis Sioux slaves social societies sometimes Southeast southern Southwest Spaniards Spanish spread stage stone styles supernatural temple Teotihuacan Timucuas tion Toltecs trade traits tribal tribes tropical forest United Valley various villages warriors western white man's women