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Atlas of the North American Indian, 3d ed.


Atlas of the North American Indian, 3d ed.

Waldman, Carl.

Facts On File, Inc.


450 pages




Meant for readers in grades nine and up, this volume presents an overview of Native North American history and chronicles the various tribes and civilizations, migrations, tribal locations, historical landmarks, reservations, religions, and cultures of American Indians, as well as Canadian and US policies toward them and their interactions with European colonists and other non-native peoples. It includes approximately 120 color maps, b&w and color photos and illustrations, a chronology, and lists of historical and contemporary Native nations of the US and Canada, major Native place-names, reservations, and historical sites and museums. This edition has been revised and updated. Waldman is a former archivist for the New York State Historical Association and a freelance writer of other books for Facts On File.

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