Search Results: 'native american-european'

Search

×
×
×
×
75 results for "native american-european"
Native Americans, Then and Now By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Thoe,MS,Social Work
Paperback: List Price: $97.60 $87.84 | You Save: 10%
Ships in 3-5 business days
The History of Native Americans is both fascinating and in many ways, tragic. Estimates range from about 10 – 90 million Native Americans inhabited America at the time of the European arrivals.... More > They had lived in the land many, many years before white man set foot on their soil. It is believed that during the ice age, they had traveled a land-bridge across the Bering Sound, from Siberia into what is now Alaska. They had gradually migrated across the land and southward into Mexico and beyond. Insight and overview into the Immigration of the Native American to North America< Less
Native Americans and Fighting over Land By Keltik Excalibur
eBook (PDF): $5.94
Download immediately.
Tutorial for: Did the European settlors take this land from the Native Americans? Did a larger tribe take it from a weaker tribe? Further, if the settlors did so, why is their sin [our sin] greater... More > as compared to other Native Americans who fought over land and took it from other Native Americans? Please do not use the old "Natives did not believe in land ownership". If that was so, why were they fighting over land?< Less
Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By SHA
eBook (PDF): $12.00
Download immediately.
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: Number 3: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By Timothy K. Perttula
eBook (ePub): $9.99
Download immediately.
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.< Less
Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By SHA
Paperback: $25.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
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
Ancient Foods & Recipes of the Ages: Native Americans By R. D. Dalen
eBook (ePub): $1.19
Download immediately.
The wealth of the Americas in 1492 was not in gold and silver, as Europeans thought, but in the variety of foods that grew in the soils of the new world. Potatoes, avocados, tomatoes, and peanuts... More > are all familiar American foods today. Corn, beans, asquash, pumpkins, and potatoes and a variety of fruits are also important. Throughout the Americas, native people consumed an amazing variety of wild and domesticated plants. From upstate New York through the Ohio River valley, people gathered wild foods—fruits (grapes, plums, thorn apples, cherries, blackberries, blueberries, elderberries, sumac berries and nuts (acorns, butternuts, hickory nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, and beechnuts). The Iroquois ceremonial cycle included a strawberry festival that celebrated the small, new wild strawberries that were a particular delicacy and a harbinger of spring. Their juice is still drunk at ceremonies in contemporary Iroquois communities. Enjoy a variety of Native American recipes are included in chapter 5!< Less
Archaeology of Early European Colonial Settlement in the Emerging Atlantic World By SHA
Paperback: $35.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
Consisting of five articles by some of the leading lights of historical archaeology, this volume examines the cultural expressions of colonial settlement on both sides of the Atlantic. Compared... More > against the framework of the English at Jamestown, as told by William Kelso, Audrey Horning examines the British colonization of Ireland, Kathleen Deagan looks at the Spanish in the Caribbean and South America, Marcel Moussette and William Moss analyze the French in Quebec, and Carmel Schrire describes the Dutch at Cape Town, South Africa. This engaging volume provides new insights on how different cultures perceived of colonization and interacted with Native populations, as well as how historical archaeology can reveal and interpret early settlement.< Less
Archaeology of Early European Colonial Settlement in the Emerging Atlantic World By SHA
eBook (PDF): $15.00
Download immediately.
Consisting of five articles by some of the leading lights of historical archaeology, this volume examines the cultural expressions of colonial settlement on both sides of the Atlantic. Compared... More > against the framework of the English at Jamestown, as told by William Kelso, Audrey Horning examines the British colonization of Ireland, Kathleen Deagan looks at the Spanish in the Caribbean and South America, Marcel Moussette and William Moss analyze the French in Quebec, and Carmel Schrire describes the Dutch at Cape Town, South Africa. This engaging volume provides new insights on how different cultures perceived of colonization and interacted with Native populations, as well as how historical archaeology can reveal and interpret early settlement.< Less
Archaeology of Early European Colonial Settlement In the Emerging Atlantic World By SHA
eBook (ePub): $13.99
Download immediately.
Consisting of five articles by some of the leading lights of historical archaeology, this volume examines the cultural expressions of colonial settlement on both sides of the Atlantic. Compared... More > against the framework of the English at Jamestown, as told by William Kelso, Audrey Horning examines the British colonization of Ireland, Kathleen Deagan looks at the Spanish in the Caribbean and South America, Marcel Moussette and William Moss analyze the French in Quebec, and Carmel Schrire describes the Dutch at Cape Town, South Africa. This engaging volume provides new insights on how different cultures perceived of colonization and interacted with Native populations, as well as how historical archaeology can reveal and interpret early settlement.< Less
Ancient Foods & Recipes of the Ages: Early American Pilgrims By R. D. Dalen
eBook (ePub): $1.19
Download immediately.
What did the pilgrims eat? Following the example of Columbus, European colonists came to the Americas hoping for opportunity, but still expecting the European food that they were used to. They were... More > not to receive it, however. Wheat, which they loved, did not grow well on the East Coast. Corn, a native species that was totally foreign to the colonists, had to be integrated into the diet, along with beans. The sweet potato was even popular in Europe when it was sent there, and it was included in numerous recipes. See chapter 5 for many examples of early American and pilgrim foods.< Less