Published to great acclaim in 1964, Andrist's book sets the tone for much of the writing that would be done on Native Americans in the 1960s and 1970s. This classic book, illustrates how Native Americans fought for lands on the edge of the ever-shrinking frontier and found themselves betrayed time and again by the ever-expanding white nation of the East.
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A narrative history of native Americans, this book describes their fight for lands on the edge of the ever-shrinking frontier of the West, and how they were betrayed time and again by the expanding white nation of the East.About the Author:
Ralph K. Andrist, scholar and radio journalist, is the author of California Gold Rush, Steamboats on the Mississippi, and Andrew Jackson, Soldier and Statesman. He resides in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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