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Chief Joseph And Sitting Bull Two Brave Native American Warriors By Steven James Fredrick Jr.
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A Book about two brave Native American Warriors how they lived and died , and how they inspired their people. A Book about how Native Americans lived and thier culture ... More > and beliefs. Chief Joseph was a Nez Perce Chief and Sitting Bull was a brave warrior for the Sioux people.< Less
Tip 61 - Behavioral Health Services for American Indians and Alaska Natives By U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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American Indians and Alaska Natives have consistently experienced disparities in access to healthcare services, funding, and resources; quality and quantity of services; treatment outcomes; and... More > health education and prevention services. Availability, accessibility, and acceptability of behavioral health services are major barriers to recovery for American Indians and Alaska Natives. Common factors that infuence engagement and participation in services include availability of transportation and child care, treatment infrastructure, level of social support, perceived provider effectiveness, cultural responsiveness of services, treatment settings, geographic locations, and tribal affliations.< 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
A Century of Dishonor: The Classic Exposé of the Plight of the Native Americans (Historic Journals) 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
The Potawatomi Indians: The History, Trails and Chiefs of the Potawatomi Native American Tribe (Hardcover) By Otho Winger
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This book recounts the history of the Potawatomi Native American tribe, from their early origins in Michigan near the western great lakes, to their most prominent appearances in history. Written by... More > Otho Winger, a historian whose focus was upon the Native Americans, this book concerns Potawatomi history ranging back centuries. It detailing the tribes role in conflicts with incipient settlers, wherein the tribe’s lands were pushed westerly. After the initial loss of lands, the European settlers represented by the United States offered to relocate the tribe to reservations hundreds of miles away in Kansas or Nebraska. While some accepted these terms, others managed to stay in Michigan or departed elsewhere. Despite such setbacks, the Potawatomi retained their pride, dignity and culture; this book, written in the 1930s, includes photographs of historic sights pertinent to the tribal history, and profiles of the greatest chieftains whose leadership allowed the tribe to flourish and strengthen its identity.< Less
The Potawatomi Indians: The History, Trails and Chiefs of the Potawatomi Native American Tribe By Otho Winger
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This book recounts the history of the Potawatomi Native American tribe, from their early origins in Michigan near the western great lakes, to their most prominent appearances in history. Written by... More > Otho Winger, a historian whose focus was upon the Native Americans, this book concerns Potawatomi history ranging back centuries. It detailing the tribes role in conflicts with incipient settlers, wherein the tribe’s lands were pushed westerly. After the initial loss of lands, the European settlers represented by the United States offered to relocate the tribe to reservations hundreds of miles away in Kansas or Nebraska. While some accepted these terms, others managed to stay in Michigan or departed elsewhere. Despite such setbacks, the Potawatomi retained their pride, dignity and culture; this book, written in the 1930s, includes photographs of historic sights pertinent to the tribal history, and profiles of the greatest chieftains whose leadership allowed the tribe to flourish and strengthen its identity.< Less
Afro-Native Poetry and Rhymes By AfroN8V
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AfroN8V (Afro-Native) is a Miami, Florida born and bred MC, Spoken Word Poet, Socio-Cultural Historical Independent Scholar, of African-Native (South) American heritage. He is a student of... More > Afro-Creole Linguistics, Afro-Colombian History, African World History, Cultural Anthropology, and Sociology. His Spoken Word Poetry covers social affairs concerning his African and Indigenous descended people in both English and Spanish. This book covers a selection of his best poems written over a span of fifteen years.< Less
Primary Source Analysis: The Closing of the West – Was the Destruction of Native Culture a Foregone Conclusion or Could It Have Been Prevented? By Rick Granger & Mike Hoornstra
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The Primary Source Analysis collection examines primary sources and secondary source narratives that bring to light certain eras of U.S. History. Each PSA contains resources to help students... More > interact with the text and gather evidence to defend an argument in answer to the PSA question. Each PSA includes the full PSA with embedded questions, an abridged PSA, interactive notebook questions, graphic organizer, and writing planners for two, three, and four paragraph essays.< Less
America 8000 Bce : Ancient American Life ,Culture ,Civilization and Slavery By Gajanan Khirao
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In Ancient time, people from different part of Africa -Asia were migrated to many region of America, They settled their life by hunting animals and developing societies between 8000 Bce to 2000 Bce... More > ago. Some of known early Meso-American societies were Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Toltec and early South American societies were mocha and Inca. Columbus came in search of gold, He and his sailors were slaved Paleo Indians (Native Americans) and killed more than 4 million Native Americans just at the beginning Read this book to know: Why Native Americans were called “Paleo Indians “? Was Columbus really a great man to celebrate " Columbus Day "? Who brought Black African slave into America ? Why Columbus came to America? How Columbus and his sailors slaved & killed Native Americans? Thanks for showing interest in reading my book.< Less
Material Traces of the Rainhouse: Anthropology and Archeology Investigations of a Native American Landscape in the Tularosa Basin By Joan E. Price, M.F.A.
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Written for the lay person, this easy-to-read compilation of published news stories about archaeological and anthropological projects, professional interpretations and photographs demonstrates that... More > the earliest people of the Tularosa Basin contributed key cultural elements equal to the northern Anasazi cultures in the development and evolution of the vast network of ancestral sites of contemporary Pueblo communities. While this view is not well known, author Joan E. Price offers an documentary and photographic interpretation to the cadre of professionals who are pioneering this new view of Mesoamerican influence into the American Southwest.< Less

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