Atlas Of Indian Nations

Author: Anton Treuer
ISBN: 9781426218101
Size: 40.96 MB
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"Combining more than 100 maps with more than 300 illustrations, National Geographic's Atlas of Indian Nations delivers an unparalleled portrait of the Native American journey. Created with the expertise of National Geographic cartographers and editors, and written by Ojibwe award-winning author and scholar Anton Treuer, this compelling volume is the essential historical atlas for any library....Within each chapter, National Geographic cartographers and editors have created a geographic experience, maps of each tribe's historic territory and language groups, detailed maps of important events of the region, and hand-drawn maps of individuals' encounters with tribes in the days when all of North America was Indian country" -- from the book jacket.

Atlas Of The North American Indian

Author: Carl Waldman
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438126719
Size: 32.37 MB
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Presents an illustrated reference that covers the history, culture and tribal distribution of North American Indians.

Ethnographic Atlas Of Indian Tribes

Author: Prakash Chandra Mehta
Publisher: Discovery Publishing House
ISBN: 9788171418527
Size: 77.79 MB
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The tribals contribute a share of about eight per cent population of the country s population and spread over about 1/5 part of the country s land with 500 different tribal groups having special cultural traits and identity. Keeping in view the importance of ethnography of every tribal group, there is a gap in literature. This was a voluminous work, so I have decided to work on major tribal groups residing in different parts of the country.

Atlas Of The Indian Tribes Of North America And The Clash Of Cultures

Author: Nicholas J. Santoro
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440107955
Size: 72.71 MB
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Atlas of the Indian Tribes of the Continental United States and the Clash of Cultures The Atlas identifies of the Native American tribes of the United States and chronicles the conflict of cultures and Indians' fight for self-preservation in a changing and demanding new word. The Atlas is a compact resource on the identity, location, and history of each of the Native American tribes that have inhabited the land that we now call the continental United States and answers the three basic questions of who, where, and when. Regretfully, the information on too many tribes is extremely limited. For some, there is little more than a name. The history of the American Indian is presented in the context of America's history its westward expansion, official government policy and public attitudes. By seeing something of who we were, we are better prepared to define who we need to be. The Atlas will be a convenient resource for the casual reader, the researcher, and the teacher and the student alike. A unique feature of this book is a master list of the varied names by which the tribes have been known throughout history.

Historical Atlas Of Oklahoma

Author: Charles Robert Goins
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806134833
Size: 35.83 MB
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A definitive reference explores 119 important aspects of Oklahoma history in this resource that examines each topic by pairing it with one or more maps that include explanatory legends, tables, and graphs, along with an interpretive essay to chart Oklahoma's rich and varied history.

A Historical Atlas Of North America Before Columbus

Author: Fred Ramen
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 9781404202030
Size: 21.72 MB
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Chronicles the history of Native Americans before the arrival of Columbus, with an emphasis on presenting maps from the period.

Native American Flags

Author: Donald T. Healy
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806135564
Size: 76.56 MB
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Presents an encyclopedic look at the flags and histories of 183 Native American tribes throughout the United States.

Nations Remembered

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806125237
Size: 55.74 MB
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A collection of interviews in which Native Americans from the five largest southwestern Indian groups, the Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Creeks, and Seminoles, recount the turmoil their tribes faced in the years between the Civil War and Oklahoma statehood.