Indians in the United States and Canada : a comparative history, second edition / Roger L. Nichols.
Nichols, Roger L. author.
|Format||Book and Print|
|Publication Info||Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, |
|Description||xix, 490 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm|
More information about this title
|Contents||Indians meet the Spanish, French, and Dutch, 1513-1701 -- Indians and English near the Chesapeake, 1570s-1670s -- Indians and English in New England, 1600-1670s -- Trade, diplomacy, warfare, and acculturation, 1670s-1750s -- Striving for independence, 1750-1790s -- Old threats, new resolve, 1795-1820s -- Cultural persistence, physical retreat, 1820s-1860s -- Societies under siege, 1860s-1890 -- Surviving marginalization, 1890s-1920 -- Change, Depression, and war, 1920-1945 -- Attacking Native cultures and communities, 1940-1970s -- Indigenous resources, rights, and self-determination, 1940s-1990s -- Indians and the modern state, 1980s-present.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 421-476) and index.|
|Library||Location||Call Number||Status||Item Actions|
|Joyner||New Books||E77 .N554 2018||✔ Available||Place Hold|