By Philip J. Deloria,Neal Salisbury
- Contains 25 unique essays via major specialists in local American history.
- Covers the breadth of yank Indian heritage, together with contacts with settlers, faith, family members, financial system, legislations, schooling, gender matters, and culture.
- Surveys and evaluates the simplest scholarship on each very important period and topic.
- Summarizes present debates and anticipates destiny concerns.
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A Companion to American Indian History (Wiley Blackwell Companions to American History) by Philip J. Deloria,Neal Salisbury