Encyclopedia of American Indian History (4 in 1 set)
by Bruce E. Johansen Ph.D. and Barry M. Pritzker
ABC-CLIO | July 2007 | ISBN-10: 1851098178 | 1423 Pages | PDF | 103 MB
The occupancy of most of North America by Europeans on a sustained basis is less than 200 years old—four consecutive human lives then, less than three now. Thus, the importance of American Indian history to the recent history of all peoples on this continent is clear. The history is written in what we call our homeland — many of our cities, half the constituent states in the federal union that calls itself the United States, bear names that have Native roots.
About the Authors
Bruce E. Johansen is Frederick W. Kayser Professor of Communication and Native American Studies at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE. His published works include The Native peoples of North America: A History and Global Warming in the 21st Century.
Barry M. Pritzker (MA, UMass/Amherst) is director of foundation and corporate relations at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. His published works include ABC-CLIO's Native America Today: A Guide to Community Politics and Culture and Native Americans: An Encyclopedia of History, Culture, and Peoples.
Issues in American Indian History
Events in American Indian History
Culture and American Indian History
Governments and American Indian History
People and Groups in American Indian History
Primary Source Documents
Indian Nation Histories
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