By R. Kent Rasmussen
A number of American Indian tribes are surveyed from precedent days to the 20 th century during this reference assortment. The insurance beings with review essays at the ten significant cultural/geographical parts: Arctic, California, nice Basin, Northeast, Northwest Coast, Plains, Plateau, Southeast, Southwest, and Subarctic. those are by means of greater than three hundred alphabetically prepared entries on person tribes. The set concludes with ten appendices: academic associations and courses; fairs and Pow-wows; Museums, information, and Libraries; organisations, organisations, and Societies; Populations of U.S. Reservations; Reservations: US; Reserves and Bands: Canada; Time Line; Mediagraphy; and Bibliography. the ultimate merchandise during this striking paintings is a complete topic index
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