eBook The Native America Sourcebook: Land, People, and Culture: Native American History, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1615302654
  • ISBN-13: 9781615302659
  • DDC: 970.004
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - 12th Grade
  • 304 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released May 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011
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Overview

With the advent of European colonization, the North American landscape and the indigenous cultures that inhabited it changed irrevocably. While a large part of Native Americans' past has been marked by struggles for equality and sovereignty, a survey of the early history of various tribes reveals prosperous societies that managed to live peaceably with each other and a parade of various interlopers. This volume examines the trajectory of Native American cultures over the centuries, detailing how they have retained their longstanding values and traditions in the face of war, disease, resettlement, and assimilation.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Introduction.
1: Tracing Native American History.
2: Ancestral Roots.
3: Indigenous Peoples of North America.
4: Early Cultural Development.
5: Tribe and Band.
6: Tribes of the Arctic and the Subarctic.
7: The Arctic.
8: Eskimo.
9: Aleut.
10: The Subarctic.
11: Innu.
12: Cree.
13: Ojibwa.
14: Chipewyan.
15: Beaver.
16: Slave.
17: Carrier.
18: Gwich'in.
19: Tanaina.
20: Deg Xinag.
21: Northeast Native Americans.
22: Algonquin.
23: Iroquois.
24: Huron.
25: Wampanoag.
26: Mohican.
27: Mohegan.
28: King Philip's War.
29: Ho-Chunk.
30: Sauk.
31: Fox.
32: Illinois.
33: The Southeast.
34: Cherokee.
35: Choctaw.
36: Chickasaw.
37: Creek.
38: Seminole.
39: Natchez.
40: Caddo.
41: Apalachee.
42: Timucua.
43: Peoples of the Plains.
44: Mandan.
45: Hidatsa.
46: Omaha.
47: Pawnee.
48: Arikara.
49: Crow.
50: Sioux.
51: The Sioux Way of Life.
52: Precontact Sioux Culture.
53: The Beginning of the Struggle for the West.
54: The Battle of the Little Bighorn and the Cessation of War.
55: Blackfoot.
56: Cheyenne.
57: Sitting Bull.
58: Comanche.
59: Arapaho.
60: Kiowa.
61: The Southwest.
62: Pueblo Indians.
63: Zuni.
64: Kachinas.
65: Hopi.
66: Yuman.
67: Pima.
68: Tohono O'odham.
69: Navajo.
70: Apache.
71: Geronimo.
72: The Great Basin and Plateau.
73: The Great Basin.
74: Mono.
75: Paiute.
76: Bannock.
77: Shoshone.
78: Ute.
79: Gosiute.
80: The Plateau.
81: Salish.
82: Flathead.
83: Nez Percé.
84: Yakima.
85: Kutenai.
86: Modoc and Klamath.
87: The Northwest Coast and California.
88: The Northwest Coast.
89: Tlingit.
90: Haida.
91: Tsimshian.
92: Kwakiutl.
93: Bella Coola.
94: Nuu-chah-nulth.
95: Coast Salish.
96: Chinook.
97: California.
98: Hupa.
99: Yurok.
100: Pomo.
101: Yuki.
102: Wintun.
103: Maidu.
104: Yana.
105: Prehistory.
106: Paleo-Indian Cultures.
107: The Clovis and Folsom Cultures.
108: Pre-Clovis Cultures.
109: Archaic Cultures.
110: Pacific Coast Archaic Cultures.
111: Desert Archaic Cultures.
112: Plains Archaic Cultures.
113: Eastern Archaic Cultures.
114: Prehistoric Farmers.
115: Southwestern Cultures: The Ancestral Pueblo, Mogollon, and Hohokam.
116: Eastern Woodland Cultures.
117: Mississippian Cultures.
118: Plains Woodland and Plains Village Cultures.
119: From 1492 through the 18th Century.
120: North America and Europe Circa 1492.
121: Culture Area.
122: Native American Ethnic and Political Diversity.
123: European Populations and Polities.
124: Colonial Goals and Geographic Claims: The 16th and 17th Centuries.
125: Spain.
126: France.
127: England.
128: The Netherlands and Sweden.
129: Native Americans and Colonization: The 16th and 17th Centuries.
130: The Southwest Indians.
131: The Southeast Indians.
132: The Northeast Indians.
133: The Subarctic Indians and the Arctic Peoples.
134: The Chessboard of Empire: The Late 17th to the Early 19th Century.
135: Eastern North America and the Subarctic.
136: The Southwest and the Southern Pacific Coast.
137: The Northern Pacific Coast.
138: The Plains and Plateau Culture Areas.
139: From the 19th to the 21st Century.
140: Removal of the Eastern Nations.
141: The Conquest of the Western United States.
142: On Indian Removal.
143: The Conquest of Western Canada.
144: The Red River Crisis and the Creation of Manitoba.
145: The Numbered Treaties and the Second Riel Rebellion.
146: Assimilation versus Sovereignty: The Late 19th to the Late 20th Century.
147: Allotment.
148: Boarding Schools.
149: Reorganization.
150: Termination.
151: Developments in the Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries.
152: The Outplacement and Adoption of Indigenous Children.
153: Religious Freedom.
154: Repatriation and the Disposition of the Dead.
155: Economic Development: Tourism, Tribal Industries, and Gaming.
156: Indian Gaming.
157: International Developments.
158: Conclusion.
Glossary.
Bibliography.
Index.