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National Native Cooperative Corp., 1996. Revised edition. (ISBN 0-9610334-5-2) Good tight copy, unread, good shiny wrappers. Author's forward by Fred Snyder, Director of the National American Cooperative.This edition is divided into five sections. It was impossible for uniformity in Alaska, Canada, and U.S. sections due to the many variances particular to each region. The Buyers Guide to Acquiring Native Art and Researching Your Indian Ancestry follows the tribal information. Ancestry identification was added. This is the first time that using the American Indian as a common denominator, Indians of North America. This is also the first time each tribe, pueblo, rancheria, and Indian Territory is addressed as an independent nation. Also, many of the tribal nations have returned to the traditional name each has called themselves for centuries and most of these tribes are listed accordingly, for example, Papago has changed to Tohono O'odham, Sioux to Lakota, Dakota, Nakota and so forth. The purpose of this book is not to interpret, analyze, or judge, but to pull together all information available into a single source. History, sociology, reference.
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Book Description Natl Native Amer Co-Operative, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0961033452