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Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By SHA
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A compilation by Timothy K. Perttula including articles from Historical Archaeology. Topics include Colonial Perspectives, The Effects of Introduced Epidemic Diseases, and Case Studies in North... More > America. For a complete Table of Contents, please view http://pastfoundation.org/lulu/2luxdo5.jpg, or visit the publication's homepage and click "preview" beneath the large image of the cover, which will display the first few pages of the book.< Less
Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By SHA
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A compilation by Timothy K. Perttula including articles from Historical Archaeology. Topics include Colonial Perspectives, The Effects of Introduced Epidemic Diseases, and Case Studies in North... More > America. For a complete Table of Contents, please view http://pastfoundation.org/lulu/2luxdo5.jpg, or visit the publication's homepage and click "preview" beneath the large image of the cover, which will display the first few pages of the book.< Less
My McCurdy Family and Collateral Lines Including Native American and Some Royal Family By Laird David Elsworth Mason
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Family research about the McCurdy ancestors of Dorothy Lenore McCurdy, which includes many collateral lines in Europe and in North America. Many of these lines include Ancient Royalty and Native... More > American relatives. This book is an accurate accounting of the data found by several researchers over generations of time. I not being a master genealogist but the data is as true as I can make it to be.< Less
The Quiet Crisis: A History of Environmental Conservation in the USA, from the Native Americans to the Modern Day (Hardcover) By Stewart L. Udall
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In this book Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior from 1961-1969, details the history of great Americans who advocated for conservation and preservation of the USA’s great outdoors. A... More > passionate and idealistic politician, Udall entered office with an immense knowledge of the environmental challenges facing the United States. The massive economic growth of the postwar boom, the construction of immense infrastructures such as the interstate highway system, and the emergence of urban sprawl as a problem confronting several states – though these brought prosperity, they also carried great perils of irreversible environmental destruction. This work establishes that concerns about human proliferation on America’s lands are not new: they can be traced back to the dawn of the American nation. The tribespeople of the Native Americans were the first to show respect for nature, with authors such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau advocating for greater care to be taken.< Less
The Quiet Crisis: A History of Environmental Conservation in the USA, from the Native Americans to the Modern Day By Stewart L. Udall
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In this book Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior from 1961-1969, details the history of great Americans who advocated for conservation and preservation of the USA’s great outdoors. A... More > passionate and idealistic politician, Udall entered office with an immense knowledge of the environmental challenges facing the United States. The massive economic growth of the postwar boom, the construction of immense infrastructures such as the interstate highway system, and the emergence of urban sprawl as a problem confronting several states – though these brought prosperity, they also carried great perils of irreversible environmental destruction. This work establishes that concerns about human proliferation on America’s lands are not new: they can be traced back to the dawn of the American nation. The tribespeople of the Native Americans were the first to show respect for nature, with authors such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau advocating for greater care to be taken.< Less
Across Unknown South America (Volumes I and II) By Henry Walter Savage-Landor
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A modern edition of Landor's classic account of his travels in South America. Complete with over 200 illustrations and Appendix of native languages.
Across Unknown South America (Volumes I and II) By Arnold Henry Savage-Landor
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This book contains Volumes I and II of Henry Landor's classic account of this travels across the then unkown Soth America. Complete with over 260 illustrations and Appedices on native flora, fauna... More > and languages.< Less
242 Birth of the United Brazillian Italian Canadian Hispanic Native American Indians & the Copper Golden Eurasian Indians history of Indepence on Julee the 4 By Samuel Clemons Fillion-Castle
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rewriting America history after two hundred forty two years in Samuel Clemons Fillion- Castle vison of America independence & freedom version.
Ramona (Classics of California and America Historical Fiction) By Helen Hunt Jackson
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An abiding classic, Ramona depicts the life and trials of a half-Scottish, half-Native American orphan, who experiences discrimination on the basis of her race. Unflinching in its depiction of... More > racial stigma and the consequent ills of poverty and misfortune, Ramona became sensationally popular in the United States. It prompted mass tourism via the freshly laid railway to the various locations described in the novel. It would also force many readers to contemplate the social disruption wrought by racism, and lead to several popular adaptations in Hollywood as well as for television. Although living in the adoptive care of a Mexican family, Ramona's Native American heritage means that none of her entrusted carers regard her with any love or affection. What's more, the arrival of new settlers and other rivals means the family must struggle, moving from place to place in search of a permanent place of abode while enduring abuse and stigma from the nascent society around them.< Less
Ramona (Classics of California and America Historical Fiction) (Hardcover) By Helen Hunt Jackson
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An abiding classic, Ramona depicts the life and trials of a half-Scottish, half-Native American orphan, who experiences discrimination on the basis of her race. Unflinching in its depiction of... More > racial stigma and the consequent ills of poverty and misfortune, Ramona became sensationally popular in the United States. It prompted mass tourism via the freshly laid railway to the various locations described in the novel. It would also force many readers to contemplate the social disruption wrought by racism, and lead to several popular adaptations in Hollywood as well as for television. Although living in the adoptive care of a Mexican family, Ramona's Native American heritage means that none of her entrusted carers regard her with any love or affection. What's more, the arrival of new settlers and other rivals means the family must struggle, moving from place to place in search of a permanent place of abode while enduring abuse and stigma from the nascent society around them.< Less

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