Encyclopedia of American Indian history / Bruce E. Johansen, Barry M. Pritzker, editors.

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Book
Language
English
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Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, 2008.
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1 online resource (4 volumes (xx, 1423, 58 pages)) : illustrations, maps.

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Gale virtual reference library. [More in this series]
Summary note
Covers the history of Native Americans, ranging from human origins to present-day controversies.
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Description based on print version record.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language note
English
Contents
  • v. 1. Pre-contact Indian History (ca. 20,000 BCE to ca. 1500 CE)
  • Indians in the Colonial Era and the American Revolution (1500 to 1800)
  • Indian Immigrants and Removals (1800 to 1850)
  • Westward Expansion, Indian Wars, and Reservations (1850 to 1900)
  • Indian Assimilation and Reorganization (1900 to 1945)
  • Termination and Indian Sovereignty (1945 to 2000)
  • Issues in American Indian History
  • Alcoholism and Substance Abuse
  • Archaeology and the First Americans
  • Assimilation
  • Bering Strait Theory
  • Boarding Schools, United States and Canada
  • Citizenship
  • Demographics, Historical
  • Disease, Historic and Contemporary
  • Economic Development
  • Education
  • Education and Social Control
  • Environment and Pollution
  • Gambling
  • Genocide
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Land, Identity and Ownership of, Land Rights
  • Mining and Contemporary Environmental Problems
  • Pan-Indianism
  • Reservation Economic and Social Conditions
  • Squaw, Debates Over Place Names
  • Trade
  • Treaty Diplomacy, with Summary of Selected Treaties
  • Tribal Sovereignty
  • Uranium Mining
  • Water Rights
  • Women in Native Woodlands Societies
  • Events in American Indian History
  • Dalles Trading Area
  • L'Anse aux Meadows Viking Settlement
  • Norse Exploration of North America
  • Doctrine of Discovery
  • Missionaries, French Jesuit
  • New France and Natives
  • Spanish Influence
  • Pequot War
  • Beaver Wars
  • Pueblo Revolt
  • Russians, in the Arctic/Northwest
  • French and Indian War
  • California Indians, Genocide of
  • Mission System, Spanish
  • Boston Tea Party, Mohawk Images
  • American Revolution, Native American Participation
  • Goschochking (Ohio) Massacre of 1782
  • Fallen Timbers, Battle of
  • Creek War
  • Seminole Wars
  • Black Hawk's War
  • Trail of Tears
  • Oregon Trail
  • Yakama War
  • Great Sioux Uprising
  • Long Walk (Navajo)
  • Sand Creek Massacre
  • Alaska, United States Purchase of
  • Baptist Church
  • Washita Massacre
  • Grant's Peace Policy
  • Camp Grant Massacre
  • Apache Wars
  • Battle of the Little Bighorn
  • Long March (Nez Percé)
  • General Allotment Act (Dawes Act)
  • Wounded Knee, South Dakota, Massacre at
  • Relocation
  • Occupation of Alcatraz Island
  • Red Power Movement
  • Trail of Broken Treaties
  • Pine Ridge Political Murders
  • Occupation of Wounded Knee
  • Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute
  • Ward Valley, Hazardous Waste Controversy.
  • v. 2. Culture and American Indian History
  • Adena Civilization
  • African Americans
  • Agriculture
  • American Indian Contributions to the World
  • Ancestral Puebloan Culture
  • Anglicans
  • Athapaskan Languages
  • Athapaskan Peoples
  • Basketry
  • Beadwork
  • Berdaches
  • Black Hills (Paha Sapa)
  • Black Seminoles
  • Blue Lake, New Mexico
  • Bole-Maru Religion
  • Buffalo
  • Cahokia
  • Cannibalism
  • Canoes
  • Captivity Narrative
  • Ceremonies, Criminalization of
  • Code Talkers, Navajo
  • Confederacies
  • Counting Coup
  • Dams, Fishing Rights, and Hydroelectric Power
  • Democracy and Native American Images among Europeans
  • Diabetes
  • Dreamer Cult
  • False Face Society
  • Feminism, Native American Influences
  • Fishing Rights
  • Fur Trade
  • Ghost Dance Religion
  • Graham, Mount (Dzil Nchaa Si An), Controversy over
  • Hohokam Culture
  • Hopewell Culture
  • Horse, Economic Impact
  • Humor, as Value
  • Identity
  • Indian Shaker Movement
  • Iroquois Great Law of Peace (Kaianerekowa)
  • Katsinas
  • Kennewick Man
  • Lacrosse
  • Language and Language Renewal
  • Language, Written in America, Pre-contact
  • Longhouse Religion
  • Mascots
  • Mississippian Culture
  • Mogollon Culture
  • Mound Cultures of North America
  • Muskogean Language
  • Myth of the Noble Savage
  • Na-Dene Peoples
  • Natchez Culture
  • New Agers, "Indian" Ceremonies and
  • Ohio Valley Mound Culture
  • Osage, and Oil Rights
  • Paleo-Indians
  • Pipes, Sacred
  • Potlatch
  • Pottery
  • Sacred Sites
  • Salmon, Economic and Spiritual Significance of
  • Scalping in the Colonial Period
  • Seven Drums Religion
  • Slavery and Native Americans
  • State Names, Native American Derivations
  • Sun Dance
  • Sweat Lodges
  • Thanksgiving Holiday, Origins
  • Totem Poles
  • Wakashan Languages
  • Wampum
  • Warfare, Intertribal
  • Weaving
  • Worldviews and Values
  • Government and American Indian History
  • Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
  • Albany Congress, Native Precedents
  • American Indian Religious Freedom Act
  • Bureau of American Ethnology
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs: Establishing the Existence of an Indian Tribe
  • Canada, Indian Policies of
  • Canandaigua (Pickering) Treaty
  • Carlisle Treaty Council
  • Cherokee Nation v. Georgia
  • Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
  • Constitution Act
  • Cree-Naskapi Act
  • Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  • Domestic Dependent Nation
  • Elk v. Wilkins
  • Factory System
  • Fletcher v. Peck
  • Forced Marches
  • Fort Laramie Treaty (1868)
  • Hawai'i, Legal Status of Native Claims
  • Hudson's Bay Company
  • Indian Act
  • Indian Civil Rights Act (1968)
  • Indian Civilization Fund Act
  • Indian Claims Commission
  • Indian Gaming Regulatory Act
  • Indian Mineral Leasing Act
  • Indian Removal Act
  • Indian Reorganization Act
  • Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act
  • Individual Indian Monies
  • James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement
  • Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Treaty Councils
  • Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock
  • Lyng v. Northwest Indian Cemetery Protective Association
  • Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act
  • Meriam Report
  • Métis Nation Accord
  • National Indian Gaming Commission
  • Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
  • North West Company
  • Northwest Ordinance (1787)
  • Nunavut Land Claims Agreement
  • Oliphant v. Suquamish Indian Tribe
  • Plenary Power
  • Praying Villages of Massachusetts
  • Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe v. Morton
  • Radiation Exposure Compensation Act
  • Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples
  • Standing Bear v. Crook
  • Tee-Hit-Ton v. United States
  • Termination
  • Trade and Intercourse Acts
  • Tribal Courts
  • Trust, Doctrine of
  • Tungavik Federation, Nunavut
  • United Nations, Indians and
  • United States v. Dann
  • United States v. Kagama
  • Wardship Doctrine
  • Winters v. United States
  • Worcester v. Georgia.
  • v. 3. People and Groups in American Indian History
  • Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
  • Akwesasne Freedom School
  • Akwesasne Notes
  • Alaska Native Brotherhood
  • All Indian Pueblo Council
  • American Indian Higher Education Consortium
  • American Indian Movement
  • Anderson, Wallace Mad Bear
  • Anishinabe Algonquin National Council
  • Apess, William
  • Aquash, Anna Mae Pictou
  • Assembly of First Nations
  • Banderas, Juan de la Cruz
  • Banks, Dennis
  • Bearskin, Leaford
  • Black Elk
  • Blackfeet Confederacy
  • Black Hawk
  • Black Kettle
  • Boas, Franz
  • Bonnin, Gertrude Simmons
  • Brant, Joseph
  • Campbell, Ben Nighthorse
  • Canassatego
  • Canonicus
  • Captain Jack
  • Carson, Christopher "Kit"
  • Casas, Bartolome de las
  • Catlin, George
  • Cherokee Phoenix and Indian Advocate
  • Clark, George Rogers
  • Cochise
  • Cody, William Frederick
  • Cohen, Felix
  • Collier, John
  • Coon Come, Matthew
  • Cooper, James Fenimore
  • Copway, George
  • Cornplanter
  • Costo, Rupert
  • Council of Energy Resource Tribes
  • Crazy Horse
  • Crook, George
  • Cruz, Joseph de la
  • Curtis, Charles
  • Deganawidah
  • Deloria, Jr., Vine
  • Deskaheh
  • Dodge, Henry Chee
  • Dull Knife
  • Dumont, Gabriel
  • EchoHawk, Larry
  • Edwards, J.R.
  • Eliot, John
  • Emathla, Charley
  • Engels, Friedrich and the "Mother-right gens"
  • Episcopal Church
  • Erasmus, George Henry
  • Erdrich, Louise
  • Erickson, Leif
  • Eskiminzin
  • Franklin, Benjamin, Native American Influences
  • Geronimo
  • Gorman, R.C.
  • Great Lakes Intertribal Council
  • Handsome Lake
  • Harjo, Chitto
  • Harjo, Joy
  • Harrison, William Henry
  • Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Political System
  • Hendrick
  • Hiawatha
  • Hooker Jim
  • Jackson, Andrew
  • Jackson, Helen Hunt
  • Jigonsaseh
  • Johnson, Emily Pauline
  • Johnson, William
  • Joseph, Younger
  • Kicking Bird
  • LaDuke, Winona
  • LaFlesche, Susan Picotte
  • LaFlesche, Susette Tibbles
  • Leupp, Francis Ellington
  • Little Crow
  • Little Turtle
  • Louis, Adrian
  • Luna, James Alexander
  • Lyons, Oren
  • MacDonald, Peter
  • Major Ridge
  • Mangas Coloradas
  • Mankiller, Wilma
  • Manuelito
  • Marx, Karl, and Native American Societies
  • Massasoit
  • McNickle, D'Arcy
  • Means, Russell
  • Metacom, and King Philip's War
  • Mills, William M.
  • Mohawk, John C.
  • Momaday, N. Scott
  • Montezuma
  • Mormon Church
  • National Congress of American Indians
  • National Indian Youth Council
  • National Museum of the American Indian
  • Native American Church of North America
  • Native American Museums
  • Neolin (Delaware Prophet)
  • Oakes, Richard
  • Ortiz, Simon J.
  • Osceola
  • Ouray
  • Owens, Louis
  • Parker, Arthur C.
  • Parker, Ely
  • Parker, Quanah
  • Peltier, Leonard
  • Penn, William, Quakers, and Native Americans
  • Plenty Coups
  • Pocahontas
  • Pontiac
  • Powhatan
  • Red Cloud
  • Red Jacket
  • Riel, Louis
  • Rogers, Will
  • Rose, Wendy
  • Ross, John
  • Sacagawea or Sakakawea
  • Scholder, Fritz
  • Seattle
  • Sequoyah
  • Sitting Bull
  • Smith, John
  • Smohalla
  • Society of American Indians
  • Sohappy, Sr., David
  • Spotted Tail
  • Squanto
  • St. Clair, Arthur
  • Standing Bear (Ponca); Standing Bear v. Crook (1879)
  • Standing Bear, Luther
  • Sullivan, General John and the Haudenosaunee Holocaust of 1779
  • Tammany Society
  • Tecumseh
  • Tekakwitha, Kateri
  • Tenskwatawa
  • Thorpe, Jim
  • Tribal Colleges
  • Uncas
  • Victorio
  • Warrior, Clyde
  • Washakie
  • Watie, Stand
  • Welch, James
  • Whitman, Marcus and Narcissa
  • Williams, Roger
  • Wilson, Richard
  • Winnemucca
  • Winnemucca, Sarah
  • Women of All Red Nations
  • Wovoka
  • Primary Source Documente
  • Iroquois Great Law of Peace
  • Christopher Columbus: Journal
  • Powhatan: Remarks to Captain John Smith
  • Massasoit Peace Treaty
  • John Mason: A Brief History of the Pequot War
  • William Johnson: Report Regarding the Iroquois Confederacy
  • Pontiac: Reasons for Making War on the English Speech
  • The Royal Proclamation of 7 October 1763
  • Fort Stanwix Treaty
  • Northwest Ordinance
  • Lewis and Clark Expedition: Journals
  • Tenskwataya (The Prophet): System of Religion Speech (1808)
  • Tecumseh: Speech to Governor William Henry Harrison
  • Johnson v. M'Intosh
  • Worcester v. Georgia
  • Andrew Jackson: Indian Removal Message to Congress
  • Cherokee Nation Memorial
  • Black Hawk: Surrender Speech
  • Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  • Treaty of Fort Laramie
  • Chief Sea'th'l's Farewell Speech
  • Sand Creek Massacre: Report of the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War
  • Treaty with the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache
  • Treaty with the Navajo
  • Canadian Treaties Numbers 1 through 11
  • Two Moon: Account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn
  • Chief Joseph: I Will Fight No More Forever Speech
  • Helen Hunt Jackson: A Century of Dishonor
  • Ex Parte Crow Dog
  • William T. Sherman: Report on the End of the Indian Problem
  • Sitting Bull: Speech on Keeping Treaties (1890)
  • Wounded Knee Massacre: Testimony of the Sioux (1890)
  • Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock (1902)
  • Geronimo: His Own Story (1906)
  • Winters v. United States (1908)
  • Indian Citizenship Act (1924)
  • Meriam Report (1928)
  • Wheeler Howard (Indian Reorganization) Act (1934)
  • House Concurrent Resolution 108 (1953)
  • Public Law 280 (1953)
  • Alcatraz Proclamation: A Proclamation from the Indians of All Tribes (1969)
  • Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (1971)
  • American Indian Movement: Three-Point Program (1973)
  • Boldt Decision (1974)
  • Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (1975)
  • Oliphant v. Suquamish Indian Tribe (1978)
  • California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians (1987)
  • Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (1990)
  • Native American Languages Act (1990)
  • United States of America v. Robert Lawrence Boyll (1991)
  • Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act (1993)
  • Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute Settlement Act of 1996
  • Delgamuukw v. British Columbia (1997).
  • v. 4. Native Americans of the Southwest
  • Acoma Pueblo
  • Apache, Chiricahua
  • Apache, Jicarilla
  • Apache, Lipan
  • Apache, Mescalero
  • Apache, Western
  • Chemehuevi
  • Cochiti Pueblo
  • Cocopah
  • Havasupai
  • Hopi
  • Hopi-Tewa
  • Hualapai
  • Isleta Pueblo
  • Jemez Pueblo
  • Laguna Pueblo
  • Mojave or Mohave
  • Nambé Pueblo
  • Navajo (Dine'é)
  • Pee-Posh
  • Picuris Pueblo
  • Pima
  • Pojoaque Pueblo
  • Quechan
  • Sandia Pueblo
  • San Felipe Pueblo
  • San Ildefonso Pueblo
  • San Juan Pueblo
  • Santa Ana Pueblo
  • Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • Taos Pueblo
  • Tesuque Pueblo
  • Tigua
  • Tohono O'odham
  • Yaqui
  • Yavapai
  • Zia Pueblo
  • Zuni
  • Native Americans of California
  • Achumawi
  • Cahto
  • Cahuilla
  • Chumash
  • Costanoan
  • Cupeño
  • Hupa
  • Karuk
  • Luiseño
  • Maidu
  • Miwok
  • Mono
  • Pomo
  • Salinan
  • Serrano
  • Shasta
  • Tipai-Ipai
  • Tolowa
  • Tubatulabal
  • Wailaki
  • Wintun
  • Wiyot
  • Yana
  • Yokuts
  • Yurok
  • Native Americans of the Northwest Coast
  • Bella Bella
  • Bella Coola
  • Chinook
  • Coosans
  • Haida
  • Kwakiutl
  • Makah
  • Nootkans
  • Quileute
  • Salish, Central Coast
  • Salish, Northern Coast
  • Salish, Southern Coast
  • Salish, Southwestern Coast
  • Tillamook
  • Tlingit
  • Tsimshian
  • Upper Umpqua
  • Native Americans of the Great Basin
  • Paiute, Northern
  • Paiute, Owens Valley
  • Paiute, Southern
  • Shoshone, Eastern or Wind River
  • Shoshone, Northern
  • Shoshone, Western
  • Ute
  • Washoe
  • Native Americans of the Plateau
  • Cayuse
  • Coeur d'Alene
  • Colville
  • Kalispel
  • Klamath
  • Klikitat
  • Kootenai
  • Lillooet
  • Modoc
  • Nez Percé
  • Okanagon
  • Salish
  • Sanpoil
  • Shuswap
  • Sinkiuse
  • Spokan
  • Thompson
  • Umatilla
  • Wishram
  • Yakima (Yakama)
  • Native Americans of the Great Plains
  • Apache, Plains
  • Arapaho
  • Arikara
  • Assiniboine
  • Blackfeet
  • Cheyenne
  • Comanche
  • Cree, Plains
  • Crow
  • Dakota
  • Gros Ventres
  • Hidatsa
  • Ioway
  • Kaw
  • Kiowa
  • Lakota
  • Mandan
  • Missouria
  • Nakota
  • Ojibwa, Plains
  • Omaha
  • Osage
  • Otoe
  • Pawnee
  • Ponca
  • Quapaw
  • Tonkawa
  • Wichita
  • Native Americans of the Southeast
  • Alabama
  • Caddo
  • Catawba
  • Cherokee
  • Chickasaw
  • Chitimacha
  • Choctaw
  • Creek
  • Houma
  • Lumbee
  • Natchez
  • Seminole
  • Tunica
  • Tuscarora
  • Yuchi
  • Native Americans of the Northeast Woodlands
  • Abenaki
  • Algonquin
  • Anishinabe
  • Cayuga
  • Fox
  • Illinois
  • Kickapoo
  • Lenápe
  • Mahican
  • Maliseet
  • Menominee
  • Miami
  • Micmac
  • Mohawk
  • Nanticoke
  • Narragansett
  • Oneida
  • Onondaga
  • Ottawa
  • Passamaquoddy
  • Penobscot
  • Pequot
  • Potawatomi
  • Sauk
  • Seneca
  • Shawnee
  • Wampanoag
  • Winnebago
  • Wyandotte
  • Native Americans of the Subarctic
  • Beaver
  • Carrier
  • Chilcotin
  • Chipewyan
  • Cree
  • Dogrib
  • Gwich'in
  • Hare
  • Ingalik
  • Kaska
  • Naskapi/Montagnais
  • Sekani
  • Slavey
  • Tahltan
  • Tanaina
  • Native Americans of the Arctic
  • Alutiiq
  • Iglulik
  • Inuit, Baffinland
  • Inuit, Caribou
  • Inuit, Copper
  • Inuit, Labrador or Ungava
  • Inupiat
  • Inuvialuit
  • Netsilik
  • Unangan
  • Yup'ik
  • Discontinued Indian Mascots, 1969-2002
  • Indian Mascots
  • Tribal Governments in the United States, 2006
  • Largest Tribes in the United States, 1980-2000
  • National Indian Organizations
  • American Indian Population 1860-1990
  • Poverty on American Indian Reservations and Trust Lands
  • Native American Terminated Tribes, 1955-1969
  • Canadian First Nations
  • Heads of Indian Affairs, 1824-2007
  • Native American Treaties with the United States, 1778-1883.
ISBN
  • 1-280-95627-5
  • 9786610956272
  • 1-85109-818-6
OCLC
173835009
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