People A History of Native America

ISBN-10: 0669244953
ISBN-13: 9780669244953
Edition: 2007
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Description: This narrative takes an ethnographic approach to American Indian history from the arrival of humans on the American continent to the present day. The text provides balanced coverage of political, economic, cultural and social aspects of Indian  More...

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List price: $159.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 6/5/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.046
Language: English

This narrative takes an ethnographic approach to American Indian history from the arrival of humans on the American continent to the present day. The text provides balanced coverage of political, economic, cultural and social aspects of Indian history. While conveying the effects of European invasion on American Indian communities, the text gives greater attention to the impact of Native actions on the American environment. The authors' Indian-centered point of view treats Indians as actors in their own right, existing in a larger society. As a result, some events in American history loom larger than they would in a general survey, while others, such as Reconstruction, receive minimal coverage. The People demonstrates that the active participation of American Indians in a modern, democratic society has shapedand will continue to shapenational life. Balanced geographically, the text covers Eastern and Midwestern Indians as well as Western Indians. Indian Voices boxed features consist of oral or written testimony by Native persons. People, Places, and Things focus on Indian artifacts and photographs, explaining the objects' cultural significance and influence on the Indian people. One example includes a photograph of a female Apache warrior who fought with Geronimo; the accompanying text discusses the role of women in Apache resistance.

Preface
American History Begins: Indian Peoples Before the Advent of Europeans
The Peopling of America
Farmers in the Desert Southwest
Indian Voices: Akimel O'odham Speaker (1775)
People, Places, and Things: Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon
Farmers in the Eastern Woodlands
Villagers of the Far West
Band Societies of the Western Interior and Far North
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Strangers in Indian Homelands, 1490-1600
Indian-Spanish Encounters Beyond North America, 1492-1536
Southeastern Chiefdoms Confront Imperial Adventurers
Indian Voices: A Timucua Chief Defies De Soto, 1539
Encounters in the American West
People, Places, and Things: Spaniards Entering the Southwest: A Navajo View
Early Contacts in the Northeast
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Native Peoples and the Founding of European Colonies, 1600-1660
Struggling for Power in the Northeastern Interior: The Iroquois vs. New France
Indian Voices: Kiotseaeton, Mohawk Iroquois Diplomat, 1645
Coastal Indians and Early European Settlements
People, Places, and Things: Powhatan's Mantle
Confronting Spanish Expansion in the Southeast and Southwest
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Worlds in Upheaval, 1660-1720
The Northeast: Iroquois Power and European Expansion
People, Places, and Things: Onondaga Iroquois Artifacts Made from European Metals
The Southeast: Slaves, Confederacies, and War
West of the Mississippi: Native Resistance and Cultural Transformation
Indian Voices: Pedro Naranjo, San Felipe Pueblo, 1681
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Native Americans in Peace and War, 1716-1754
Indians and Empires: The East
Exiles in Their Own Homelands: Indians in the English Colonies
Native Americans and French Expansion in the Mississippi Valley
Indian Voices: Stung Serpent, Natchez, 1723
Horses and Guns on the Plains
People, Places, and Things: Spanish Slave-Raiding Expedition, c. 1720
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Native Peoples and Imperial Crises, 1754-1821
Eastern Indians and the Seven Years' War, 1754-1761
Eastern Indians and the American Revolution, 1761-1783
Indian Voices: Joseph Brant (Mohawk), 1789
Struggles for Power in the Southern Plains and Southwest, 1754-1810
Neophytes, Gentiles, and Colonizers on the Pacific, 1769-1833
People, Places, and Things: Ohlones Gambling at Mission Dolores, 1816
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
The Defense of the Trans-Appalachian Homelands, 1795-1815
The Struggle for Autonomy
People, Places, and Things: Captives
American Indian Policy
Revitalization Movements
Indian Voices: Tecumseh Demands That the British Honor Their Promises!, 1813
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Western Tribes Meet the Long Knives, 1800-1820
Indian Voices: A Piegan (Blackfoot) Describes the Arrival of Horses
Before Lewis and Clark
The Tribes Encounter Lewis and Clark
People, Places, and Things: Mandan Earth Lodges
The Western Fur Trade
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Indian Removal, 1820-1845
Indian Country in the New Republic
People, Places, and Things: Native American Women as Entrepreneurs
Jacksonian Indian Policy
Indian Removal: The Southeast
Indian Voices: Cherokee Leaders Denounce the Injustices of Removal
Indian Removal: The Old Northwest
Fighting Removal: Armed Resistance
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Strangers Invade the West, 1845-1861
Indian Territory
People, Places, and Things: The Cherokee Female Seminary
Texas
California
Indian Voices: William Joseph (Nisenam Tribesman) Describes a Lynching
The Northwestern Tribes
The Southwest
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Indian People in the Civil War Era, 1850-1868
Civil War in Indian Territory
Reconstruction in Indian Territory
Eastern Indians in the Civil War
Violence in the West
The Desert Southwest
Indian Voices: Herrero (Navajo Headman) Testifies About Conditions at Bosque Redondo
The Plains Tribes During the Civil War Era
People, Places, and Things: Teepees: "Exceedingly Picturesque and Beautiful"
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Warfare in the West, 1867-1886
Cultural Change on the Plains
The Warfare Continues
The Northern Plains, 1868-1881
Indian Voices: Two Moons (Cheyenne War Chief) Recounts the Battle of Little Big Horn
Rebellions Against Reservation Life
The Apaches, 1865-1886
People, Places, and Things: Lozen: Shield to Her People
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
"Kill the Indian, Save the Man": Survival in a Shrinking Homeland, 1878-1900
Assaults on Indianness
"Raising Up" the Indians: Schools, Missionaries, and Government Agents
Prophets, Inventors, and Writers: Indian Resistance in an Age of Oppression
People, Places, and Things: Teton Lakota Parasol
Indian Voices: Sarah Winnemucca
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Survival and Renewal, 1900-1930
Finding New Places to Be Indian
The Native American Church
People, Places, and Things: Monroe Tsa Toke (1904-1937)
Indian Voices: Charles Eastman Criticizes "Civilization"
Fighting for the Indian Cause
Facing Economic Hardship
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Reorganization and War, 1930-1945
Pressures Mount for Drastic Change
Indian Voices: D'Arcy McNickle Reveals His Hopes for Indians in the Future
People, Places, and Things: Crow Indian Round Hall
World War II
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Fighting to Be Indians, 1945-1970
Indians on the Move
People, Places, and Things: Chicago American Indian Center
Termination Takes Shape
Battling Back
Indian Voices: Alice Jemison Speaks Out Against Termination
Gaining Recognition
New Voices
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Acting Sovereign, 1970-1990
Red Power
Indian Voices: Russell Means Advocates Reviving Indian Traditions
Victories in Congress and the Courts
Sovereignty on the Ground
People, Places, and Things: Indian Governments at Work
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Indians in the New Millennium
Indian Voices: Joy Harjo Writes About Indian Life
Tribe or Nation?
Indian Health
Struggling Economies
Who Is an Indian?
People, Places, and Things: National Museum of the American Indian
Conclusion
Suggested Readings
Chronology
State and Federally Recognized Tribes
Most Populous Tribes
Largest Landholding Tribes
Suggested General Reference Works
Films and Videos
List of Tribal Gaming Operations
Photo Credits
Index

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