Atlas of the North American Indian

ISBN-10: 0816039755
ISBN-13: 9780816039753
Edition: 2nd 2000 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $21.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Facts On File, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/1/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

Carl Waldman is a freelance writer and the author of numerous books on Native Americans for Facts On File/Checkmark Books, including Atlas of the North American Indian, Revised Edition, Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes, Revised Edition, and Word Dance: The Language of Native American Culture. He resides in Cherry Valley, NY.

Map List
Preface
Ancient Indians
Arrivals
Paleo-Indians
Archaic Indians
Transition and Culmination
Ancient Civilizations
Civilizations of Mesoamerica
Olmec
Maya
Toltec
Aztec
Teotihuacan, Monte Alban, and Other Mesoamerican Population Centers
Civilizations of the Southwest
Mogollon
Hohokam
Anasazi
Patayan (Hakataya)
Sinagua
Salado
Fremont
The Mound Builders
Poverty Point
Adena
Hopewell
Mississippian
Indian Lifeways
Geography and Culture
Subsistence Patterns and Cultural Evolution
Hunting, Fishing, and Gathering
Agriculture
Population Density
The Indian Culture Areas
The Northeast Culture Area
The Southeast Culture Area
The Southwest Culture Area
The Great Basin Culture Area
The Plateau Culture Area
The Northwest Coast Culture Area
The California Culture Area
The Great Plains Culture Area
The Subarctic Culture Area
The Arctic Culture Area
The Mesoamerican and Circum-Caribbean Culture Areas
Art and Technology
Shelter
Clothing and Ornaments
Transportation
Land, Ice, and Water
The Indian and the Horse
Intertribal Trade
Religion
Precontact Religious Evolution
Postcontact Religious Resistance
Stimulants, Intoxicants, and Hallucinogens
Sociopolitical Organization
Languages
North Amercan Indian Languages: A Genetic Classification Table of Phyla, Families, and Dialects
Indians and Explorers
Possible Early Transoceanic Contacts
Pacific Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
The European Penetration of North America
The Fur Trade
Indian Explorers
A Chronology of Non-Indian Explorers of North America and Their Contacts with Indians
Indian Wars
Early Conflicts
The Arawak Uprising
The Conquest of the Aztec
Mobile Resistance
Roanoke Resistance
Colonial Wars
The Powhatan Wars
Bacon's Rebellion
The Pequot War
King Philip's War
The Beaver Wars
Rebellions Against the Dutch
Rebellions Against the Spanish and Mexicans
Acoma Resistance
The Pueblo Rebellion
The Pima (Akimel O'odham) Uprisings
The Yuma Uprising
California Indian Uprisings
The French and Indian Wars
King William's War
Queen Anne's War
King George's War
The French and Indian War
Rebellions Against the English (During the French and Indian Wars)
The Tuscarora War
The Yamasee War
The Cherokee War
Rebellions Against the French (During the French and Indian Wars)
The Natchez Revolt
Chickasaw Resistance
Fox Resistance
Pontiac's Rebellion
The Paxton Riots
Lord Dunmore's War
Indians in the American Revolution
Wars for the old Northwest
Little Turtle's War
Tecumseh's Rebellion and the War of 1812
Kickapoo Resistance
The Winnebago Uprising
The Black Hawk War
Wars for the Southeast
The Creek War
The Seminole Wars
Resistance Against the Russians
Wars for the West
Mountains and Far West
Bannock
Cayuse
Coeur d'Alene
Cupeno
Kalispel
Miwok and Yokuts
Modoc
Nez Perce
Nisqually
Paiute
Sheepeater
Shoshone
Takelma and Tututni
Tlingit
Ute
Yakama
Yuma and Mojave
Southwest
Apache
Kickapoo
Navajo
Tiwa
Great Plains
Arapaho
Arikara
Blackfeet
Cheyenne
Comanche
Kiowa
Ponca
Sioux
Indians in the Civil War
Canadian Indian Wars
The Selkirk Incident and the Courthouse Rebellion
The First Riel Rebellion
The Second Riel Rebellion
Indian Land Cessions
The Spread of European Diseases
European Use of Indian Lands and Resources
Spanish Land Use
French Land Use
British Land Use
Dutch and Swedish Land Use
Russian Land Use
The Growth of the United States and Indian Land Cessions
Indian Trails and Non-Indian Inroads
The Indian Territory
The Trail of Tears
The Dwindling Buffalo Herds
The Growth of Canada and Indian Land Cessions
Contemporary Indians
U.S. Indian Policy and the Indian Condition
Centralization and Bureaucratization
Removal and Reservations
Assimilation and Allotment
Tribal Restoration and Reorganization
Termination and Urbanization
Self-Determination
The Federal and Indian Trust Relationship and the Reservation System
Urban Indians
Nonreservation Rural Indians
Indian Social Conditions
Canadian Native Policy and the Native Condition
Indian Activism
Indian Gaming
Indian Cultural Renewal
Indian Country
Chronology of North American Indian Prehistory and History
Indian Nations of the United States and Canada (With Languages and Locations)
Contemporary Indian Nations in the United States (With Reservations)
Contemporary Canadian First Nations
Major Indian Place-Names in the United States and Canada
Museums, Historical Societies, and Archaeological Sites Pertaining to Indians in the United States and Canada
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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