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The 1855 History of the Americas By Jean-Baptiste Guillory
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This book is the history of the Americas, North, Central and South as told in the year 1855. This book is a must for students of American history
The Welsh Discovery of America By Benjamin Franklin Bowden
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A Welsh Prince in 1170 AD establish several colonoies in the World. These colonies merged with several Native Indian tribes to form the Welsh Inidian tribes which settled all over North American as... More > well as Mexico and Central America where they became established the Aztec and Mayan Empires. The Bible predicts the restoration of the Matoc Nation.< Less
American Hero-Myths: A Study in the Native Religions of the Western Continent By Daniel G. (Daniel Garrison) Brinton
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Daniel Garrison Brinton (May 13, 1837 – July 31, 1899) was... More > an American archaeologist and ethnologist.Brinton was born in Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Yale University in 1858, Brinton studied at Jefferson Medical College for two years and spent the next year travelling in Europe. He continued his studies at Paris and Heidelberg. From 1862 to 1865, during the American Civil War, he was a surgeon in the Union army, acting during 1864-1865 as surgeon-in-charge of the U.S. Army general hospital at Quincy, Illinois. Brinton was sun-stroked at Missionary Ridge (Third Battle of Chattanooga) and was never again able to travel in very hot weathers. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Garrison_Brinton< Less
Native Americans: Discover the History and Cultures of the First Americans with 15 Projects By Kim Klavin
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Explore how the first Americans, faced with varying climates in a vast land hundreds and thousands of years ago, developed everything we take for granted today: food supplies, shelter, clothing,... More > religion, games, jewelry, transportation, communication, and more. Native Americans: Discover the History and Cultures of the First Americans uses hands-on activities to illuminate how the Native Americans survived and thrived by creating tools, culture, and a society based on their immediate environment. Entertaining illustrations and fascinating sidebars bring the topic to life, while Words to Know highlighted and defined within the text reinforce new vocabulary. Projects include building an archaic toolkit, creating Algonquian art, experimenting with irrigation systems, inventing hieroglyphics, and playing the Inuit game of nugluktaq. Kids ages 9–12 will gain an appreciation for the diversity of people and culture native to America, and learn to problem solve in a way that respects the environment.< Less
Martin Tells a Story: Struggles of the Great Lakes Native Americans By Carlie Mae
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An old man in a senior citizens apartment building tells a story of the Great Lakes region. It involves the Asian peoples walking across the Bering Straits, landing of the Vikings in present-day... More > Canada, the British and the French Empires in North America, Pontiac's Rebellion, and the Passenger Pigeons< Less
Martin Tells a Story: Struggles of the Great Lakes Native Americans By Carlie Mae
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An old man in a senior citizens apartment building tells a story of the Great Lakes region. It involves the Asian peoples walking across the Bering Straits, landing of the Vikings in present-day... More > Canada, the British and the French Empires in North America, Pontiac's Rebellion, and the Passenger Pigeons< Less
Martin Tells a Story: Struggles of the Great Lakes Native Americans By Carlie Mae & Lilly Sherman
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An old man in a senior citizens apartment building tells a story of the Great Lakes region. It involves the Asian peoples walking across the Bering Straits, landing of the Vikings in present-day... More > Canada, the British and the French Empires in North America, Pontiac's Rebellion, and the Passenger Pigeons.< Less
The Native American New Play Festival: A Four Year Celebration By Sarah dAngelo & Regina McManigell Grijalva
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THE NATIVE AMERICAN NEW PLAY FESTIVAL: A FOUR YEAR CELEBRATION edited by Sarah dAngelo and Regina McManigell Grijalva. The four plays in this collection are DIRTY LAUNDRY by Ranell Collins, SALVAGE... More > by Diane Glancy, CHALK IN THE RAIN by Bret Jones, and JACOBSON AND THE KIOWA FIVE by Russ Tall Chief. This is a new edition for NoPassport Press' Dreaming the Americas Series.< Less
A Type of People: The Native American Heritage of Holmes County, Florida By S. Pony Hill & Hodalee S Sewell
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In the backwoods of Holmes County, settled deep in the rugged landscape of the Florida panhandle, has long been a people set apart from their neighbors. They have deep roots in the story of Florida... More > and America, yet much of their tale is unknown, and until recently was hardly documented. Without evidence or knowledge of this community’s actual origins, their neighbors fell back on their assumptions and prejudices to attribute an identity to things they knew little of, or only suspected. Most of this conjecture was erroneous. This work is in part their actual story, as documentary archival sources and the community’s own memories tell it.< Less
A Century of Dishonor: The Classic Exposé of the Plight of the Native Americans (Historic Journals) (Hardcover) By Helen Hunt Jackson
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Helen Hunt Jackson's famous exposé chronicles the oppression and murder the Native American peoples suffered throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. This book was published in 1885, at a time... More > when the final conflicts between the United States and the Native American populations were being fought. The concept of allotted reservations as a means of settling land disputes had by then been underway for decades. At this point in time, the colonial settlers from Europe had spent over a century driving back the native inhabitants of North America. Jackson casts her examination over the preceding century, cataloging the systematic process through which the Native American populace was suppressed, killed and robbed of their lands and heritage. Each separate tribe is considered, such as the Cherokees, Sioux and the Delawares: for each we are given a cultural profile, before Jackson details the interactions - peaceful and hostile - each respective tribe had with the incipient European settlers.< Less

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