This collection of 26 essays on native Americans covers every region of North America - including Canada - and each important time period. The essays chronicle the ways in which the circumstances of native Americans have changed since 1600, with an emphasis on events, issues, and progress in the 20th century. In this edition, the topics covered reflect the most recent scholarly activity and interests in the field: women's issues, demography, native Americans and the environment, biography, urbanization, Pan-Indianism, and intra- and inter-tribal issues.
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