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Native North America

ISBN-10: 0806132868
ISBN-13: 9780806132860
Edition: 2000 (Reprint)
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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Publication date: 10/15/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 184
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Brian Leigh Molyneaux is Assistant Professor of Archaeology at the University of South Dakota.

Introductionp. 6
The First American Peoplesp. 8
Identityp. 10
Concepts of timep. 12
The peopling of North Americap. 14
Site 1: Cahokiap. 18
Dispossessionp. 20
Forced movementsp. 22
Reservationsp. 24
The impact of Christianityp. 26
Two faces of historyp. 28
Leading figuresp. 32
Lands and Peoplesp. 36
The Northeastp. 38
Site 2: Peterborough petroglyphsp. 42
The Southeastp. 44
The Plainsp. 46
The Great Basinp. 50
The Southwestp. 52
Site 3: Chaco Canyonp. 56
Californiap. 58
The Northwest coast and Plateaup. 60
The Subarcticp. 64
The Arcticp. 66
Patterns and symbolsp. 70
The Life of the Spiritp. 74
Foundations of the sacredp. 76
Nature and spiritp. 78
Kinship and spiritp. 80
Site 4: Haida villagesp. 82
Sacred societiesp. 84
Ceremonial transformationsp. 88
The powwowp. 90
Holy peoplep. 92
Seeking the spiritp. 98
Rites of passagep. 100
Celebrating the pastp. 104
Site 5: The Great Serpent Moundp. 106
Honouring the animalsp. 108
Plant ritualsp. 110
World renewalp. 112
Sacred Historyp. 114
Creation storiesp. 116
Culture heroesp. 120
Recording historyp. 124
The Survival of the Sacredp. 126
Keeping traditional waysp. 128
Dreamsp. 130
Nativistic movementsp. 132
The Ghost Dancep. 136
To the Seventh Generationp. 138
The drum is a circlep. 140
The drum is a heartbeatp. 142
Reclaiming the pastp. 144
Native scholarsp. 146
Contemporary curingp. 148
Cottage industries to casinosp. 150
Tourismp. 152
Site 6: Bear Buttep. 154
The Red Roadp. 156
Native mediap. 158
Documentary Referencep. 160
Current land issuesp. 161
Languagesp. 164
Social organizationp. 166
Population 1p. 168
Population 2: Mapp. 170
Glossaryp. 172
Bibliographyp. 172
Indexp. 175
Picture creditsp. 183
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