9780785835875-0785835873-Native Americans State by State

Native Americans State by State

ISBN-13: 9780785835875
ISBN-10: 0785835873
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Sapp, Rick
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Chartwell Books
Format: Hardcover 448 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780785835875
ISBN-10: 0785835873
Edition: Illustrated
Author: Sapp, Rick
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Chartwell Books
Format: Hardcover 448 pages

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Acknowledged authors Sapp, Rick wrote Native Americans State by State comprising 448 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0785835873 and 9780785835875. Since then Native Americans State by State textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Native Americans State by State details the history of the tribes associated with every state of the Union and the provinces of Canada, from past to present. Each state entry contains its own maps and timeline.

The 2010 census identified 5.2 million people in the United States as American Indian or Alaskan Natives—less than 2% of the overall population of nearly 309 million. In Canada, the percentage is 4%—1.1 million of a total population of around 34 million. Most of these people live on reservations or in areas set aside for them in the nineteenth century.

The numbers are very different from those in the sixteenth century, when European colonists brought disease and a rapacious desire for land and wealth with them from the Old World. While estimates vary considerably, it seems safe to estimate the native population as being at least 10 million. Ravaged by smallpox, chicken pox, measles, and what effectively amounted to genocide, this number had fallen to 600,000 in 1800 and 250,000 in the 1890s. Those who were left often had been moved many miles away from their original tribal lands.

Native Americans State by State is a superb reference work that covers the history of the tribes, from earliest times till today, examining the early pre-Columbian civilizations, the movements of the tribes after the arrival of European colonists and their expansion westwards, and the reanimation of Indian culture and political power in recent years. It covers the area from the Canadian Arctic to the Rio Grande—and the wide range of cultural differences and diverse lifestyles that exist. Illustrated with regional maps and a dazzling portfolio of paintings, photographs, and artwork, it provides a dramatic introduction not only to the history of the 400 main tribes, but to the huge range of American Indian material culture.
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