American Indian Contributions To The World

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American Indian Contributions To The World

Author : Emory Dean Keoke
ISBN : 9780816069712
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explores Native American peoples' hunting, fishing, gathering, and farming practices, which helped sustain early European colonists and continue to play a role in feeding the world's population today.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The First Americans And Their Achievements

Author : Daniel Hance Page
ISBN : 9781483469201
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THE FIRST AMERICANS AND THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS brings to light contributions of the Native Americans that have been overlooked by the rest of the world almost as completely as these achievements have shaped some of the best aspects of life today. Developing about half of the world's food supply and the foundations of democratic government along with making major contributions to medicine and an ideal of the sacredness of the environment, the First Americans have provided the modern world with much of what is essential and beautiful in life.
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American Indians In World War I

Author : Thomas Anthony Britten
ISBN : 0826320902
Genre : History
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Over 17,000 Native Americans registered for military service during World War I. Of these about 10,000 either enlisted or were drafted into the American Expeditionary Force. Three related questions are examined in depth for the first time in this book: What were the battlefield experiences of Native Americans? How did racial and cultural stereotypes about Indians affect their duties? Were Native American veterans changed by their military service?
Category: History

Native American History

Author : Judith Nies
ISBN : 9780307814050
Genre : Reference
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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY: A CHRONOLOGICAL ACCOUNT OF ITS PLACE ON THE WORLD STAGE. Native American History is a breakthrough reference guide, the first book of its kind to recognize and explore the rich, unfolding experiences of the indigenous American peoples as they evolved against a global backdrop. This fascinating historical narrative, presented in an illuminating and thought-provoking time-line format, sheds light on such events as: * The construction of pyramids--not only on the banks of the Nile but also on the banks of the Mississippi * The development of agriculture in both Mesopotamia and Mexico * The European discovery of a continent already inhabited by some 50 million people * The Native American influence on the ideas of the European Renaissance * The unacknowledged advancements in science and medicine created by the civilizations of the new world * Western Expansion and its impact on Native American land and traditions * The key contributions Native Americans brought to the Allied victory of World War II And much more! This invaluable history takes an important first step toward a true understanding of the depth, breadth, and scope of a long-neglected aspect of our heritage. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Reference

Code Talkers And Warriors

Author : Tom Holm
ISBN : 9781438103860
Genre : History
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Code Talkers and Warriors, part of the insightful new Landmark Events in Native American History set, chronicles Native American life during World War II. This impeccably researched and illustrated volume covers issues such as draft resistance on the basis of religion and sovereignty; the relocation of Native Americans to West Coast defense plants; how the war facilitated assimilationist thinking; the transition to post-war life; and Native American contributions to the war effort, such as the famed code talkers and Iwo Jima.
Category: History

The Color Of Wealth

Author : Barbara Robles
ISBN : 9781595585622
Genre : Business & Economics
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For every dollar owned by the average white family in the United States, the average family of color has less than a dime. Why do people of color have so little wealth? The Color of Wealth lays bare a dirty secret: for centuries, people of color have been barred by laws and by discrimination from participating in government wealth-building programs that benefit white Americans. This accessible book—published in conjunction with one of the country’s leading economics education organizations—makes the case that until government policy tackles disparities in wealth, not just income, the United States will never have racial or economic justice. Written by five leading experts on the racial wealth divide who recount the asset-building histories of Native Americans, Latinos, African Americans, Asian Americans, and European Americans, this book is a uniquely comprehensive multicultural history of American wealth. With its focus on public policies—how, for example, many post–World War II GI Bill programs helped whites only—The Color of Wealth is the first book to demonstrate the decisive influence of government on Americans’ net worth.
Category: Business & Economics

A Native American Encyclopedia

Author : Barry Pritzker
ISBN : 0195138775
Genre : History
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Dispelling myths, answering questions, and stimulating thoughtful avenues for further inquiry, this highly readable reference on 200 Native American groups lists North American Indian tribes alphabetically, giving significant facts about the group's population, location, history, and culture. 8-page color insert.
Category: History

Native American History For Kids

Author : Karen Bush Gibson
ISBN : 9781613742457
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A chronicle of American indigenous life, this guide captures the history of the complex societies that lived in North America when European explorers first appeared on the continent. Not only a history of tribal nations, this exploration also includes profiles of famous Native Americans and their many contributions—from early leaders to superstar athletes, dancers, astronauts, authors, and actors. Readers will learn about Indian culture through hands-on activities, such as planting a Three Sisters Garden, making beef jerky in a low-temperature oven, weaving a basket out of folded newspaper strips, deciphering a World War II Navajo Code Talker message, and playing Ball-and-Triangle. An important look at life before the settlers until present day, this resource shows that Native American history is the history of all Americans.
Category: Family & Relationships

Encyclopedia Of American Indian History

Author : Bruce Elliott Johansen
ISBN : 1851098178
Genre : History
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Contains 450 entries by 110 contributors, organized by themes including issues, events, culture, government, people, and primary sources about American Indians.
Category: History

Crow

Author : Kenneth McIntosh
ISBN : PSU:000062911863
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents the history of the Crow people, discussing the social, cultural, and political changes that have occurred, and focusing on the preservation of tradition and plans for the future.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Crossing The Pond

Author : Jere Bishop Franco
ISBN : 1574410652
Genre : History
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"Crossing the Pond also chronicles the unsuccessful efforts of Nazi propagandists to exploit Native Americans for the Third Reich, as well as the successful efforts of the United States government and the media to recruit Native Americans, utilize their resources, and publicize their activities for the war effort. Attention is also given to the postwar experiences of Native American men and women as they sought the franchise, educational equality, economic stability, the right to purchase alcohol, and the same amount of respect given to other American war veterans."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: History

The Indians New World

Author : James Hart Merrell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105001970743
Genre : History
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Examines the adjustments experienced by the Catawbas in the new world
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Winds Of Change

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ISBN : WISC:89082313115
Genre : Education, Higher
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Category: Education, Higher

The Native American Identity In Sports

Author : Frank A. Salamone
ISBN : 9780810887084
Genre : Social Science
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This collection of essays examines how sport has contributed to shaping and expressing Native American identity—from the attempt of the old Indian Schools to “Americanize” Native Americans through sport to the “Indian mascot” controversy and what it says about the broader public view of Native Americans. Additional essays explore the contemporary use of the traditional sport Toka to combat obesity in some Native American communities, the Seminoles' commercialization of alligator wrestling—a “Native” sport that was, in fact, only developed as a sport due to interest from tourists—and much more. The contributions to this volume not only tell the story of Native Americans' participation in the world of sports, but also how Native Americans have changed and enriched the sports world in the process.
Category: Social Science

Medicine Bags And Dog Tags

Author : Al Carroll
ISBN : 9780803216297
Genre : History
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As far back as colonial times, Native individuals and communities have fought alongside European and American soldiers against common enemies. Medicine Bags and Dog Tags is the story of these Native men and women whose military service has defended ancient homelands, perpetuated longstanding warrior traditions, and promoted tribal survival and sovereignty.
Category: History

American Indian Report

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ISBN : WISC:89102886918
Genre : Indians of North America
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Report covers news and events in and actions impacting the Indian community.
Category: Indians of North America

Indian Givers

Author : Jack Weatherford
ISBN : 0307755398
Genre : History
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"As entertaining as it is thoughtful....Few contemporary writers have Weatherford's talent for making the deep sweep of history seem vital and immediate." THE WASHINGTON POST After 500 years, the world's huge debt to the wisdom of the Indians of the Americas has finally been explored in all its vivid drama by anthropologist Jack Weatherford. He traces the crucial contributions made by the Indians to our federal system of government, our democratic institutions, modern medicine, agriculture, architecture, and ecology, and in this astonishing, ground-breaking book takes a giant step toward recovering a true American history. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: History