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First Americans, Combined Volume: A History of Native Peoples

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This text is a comprehensive narrative which covers the complexity and diversity of Native history from their arrival on this continent to the 21st century. The text addresses the theme that Indians have consciously struggled to preserve their cultures and their place in America and they have worked to shape their own future.

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Found in this section: 1. Brief Table of Contents 2. Full Table of Contents 1. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 Native North America before European Contact Chapter 2 Native Peoples and European Newcomers, 982-1585 Chapter 3 Spanish Borderlands, 1527-1758 Chapter 4 Seventeenth-Century Eastern Woodlands, 1607-1689 Chapter 5 Empire, 1700-1763 Chapter 6 The Indians' Revolution, 1763-1814 Chapter 7 Removal, 1801-1846 Chapter 8 Western Indians and the United States, 1800-1850 Chapter 9 The Civil War Years, 1861-1865 Chapter 10 Conflicting Postwar Directions, 1865-1877 Chapter 11 The Struggle for Cultural Identity, 1877-1910 Chapter 12 Progressivism and World War I: Charting Their Own Course in the Twentieth Century, 1900-1920 Chapter 13 Post-War Directions for Native Americans, 1918-1929 Chapter 14 The Great Depression, 1929-1940 Chapter 15 American Indians Join the War Effort, 1940-1945 Chapter 16 Redefining the Status of Native Americans in Post-World War II America, 1943-1962 Chapter 17 Indian Activism in the Age of Liberalism, 1961-1980 Chapter 18 Self-Determination to Decolonization: Native Americans into the Twenty-First Century 2. FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS MySearchLab Connections Preface MySearchLab Supplementary Material Acknowledgments About the Authors Chapter 1: Native North America Before European Contact Stories versus Science Beginnings We Were Always Here The Scientific Evidence Reading History The Kwakiutl Story of the Deluge Clovis and Folsom Cultures Changes in the West California Indians The Northwest The Great Basin and the Plains Agriculture-Based Societies in the Southwest Cultural Diversity and the Arrival of Maize The "Chaco Phenomenon" Hohokam and Mesa Verde Cultures Seeing History Anasazi Sites Compared Eastern Woodlands Early Eastern Woodlands Traditions Adena and Hopewell Cultures Mississipian Chiefdoms The Iroquois Seeing History Chiefdoms Maintaining Power Through Images Reading History The Iroquois Origin Story Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 2: Native Peoples and European Newcomers, 982-1590 Conquests, Colonies, and Contradictions An Iberian New World Order Christopher Columbus and the West Indies: The Tainos Encounter Spaniards The Maya, Aztec, and Inca Worlds Maya Chichen Itza and the Mayan City-States Maya Women and the City-States Aztecs Pre-Aztec States in Mexico Rise of the Aztec Empire Tenochtitlan Aztec Gods and Religion Aztec Women in a Warrior Culture Inca Growth of the Inca State Inca Rule The Power of Inca Women Spanish Conquest, Spanish Rule Fall of Tenochtitlan Profile Malintzin, A Woman Negotiates with the Aztecs Reading History A Woman's Voice From Postconquest Mexico: Ana Juana From Culhuacan Conquest of the Incas Profile Titu Cusi Yupanqui, an Inca Elite After Conquest Conquest of the Maya Reading History A Voice from the Mayan New World Inquisition: Francisco Chuc of Sahcaba, August 11, 1562 French and English Newcomers Pre-Columbian Encounters in North America: The Norse Early Expeditions to the Northeast Native Peoples and the French along the St. Lawrence River Algonquians and the English at Roanoke Profile Manteo, the Roanoke Interpreter Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 3: Spanish Borderlands, 1527-1758 On the Fringes La Florida: A Maritime Borderland The Indian Landscape of La Florida Friars and Chiefdoms Mission Life Rebellion and Decline Southeast Chiefdoms and Hernando De Soto The Southwest Borderlands Women and Caddoan Power The Texas Mission-Presidio Complex The World of the Pueblos New Power in the Sword: The Spanish Invasion New Power in the Church: The Franciscan Pueblo Missions New Power in Governance: Encomenderos and Colonial Rule Rebellion: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680 Reading History Declaration of the Indian, Juan. Place on the Rio del Norte, December, 18, 1681 Northern Mining Frontiers Serrano Peoples: Native Life in Sonora Miners, Ranchers, and Moving Frontiers Missionaries: Serrano Peoples and the Jesuits Wanderers and Communities: Native Resistance to Spanish Rule Early Borderlands Connections in the Southwest Horses and Networks of Masculine Trade and Warfare The Rise of the Comanches Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 4: Seventeenth-Century Eastern Woodlands, 1607-1689 Worlds Apart Tsenacommacah The Rise of the Powhatan Confederacy Powhatan and the English: Trade and Conflict Indian War and the Emergence of Virginia Profile Pocahontas in the Atlantic World Southern New England Indians Encounter the English Native Americans and Plymouth Bay New England Indians Face English Expansion Christianity and the Praying Town Model Mohegans Confederacies, Empires, and Villages The Huron Ascendancy War and Mourning: Five Nations' Ferocity Middle Grounding: The Pays d'en haut Transformation of the Five Nations Profile Kateri Tekakwitha Maturing Colonies Ending a Century in Conflict: Metacom's War and Bacon's Rebellion Metacom's War Reading History Mary Rowlandson's Captivity Narrative, 1682 Bacon's Rebellion Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 5: Empire, 1700-1763 Empires, a Chief, and a Prophet Indians and Empires in the Northeast Deerfield on the Edge of Empire Reading History John Williams, Redeemed Captive Returning to Zion, 1774 Returning to New France and Shifting Strategies New England Indians "Behind the Frontier" Land and Indian Communities Native Peoples and the Economics of the British Empire in New England Religion, Education, and Indian Sovereignty Profile The Transient Life of Sarah Gardner, Indian Woman Reading History Samson Occom Tells His Story, 1768 A Mid-Atlantic Frontier Delawares and the Quest for Land The Pennsylvania Backcountry The Indians' "Great Awakening" in Pennsylvania Profile Andrew Montour: The Frontier Negotiator Reading History Esther: a Mahican-Moravian Multitribal Zones and Imperial Pressure in the South Trading Slaves and Deerskins Native Americans and the Costs of French Expansion into the Lower Mississippi Valley Tuscarora and Yamasee Wars and Breaking with the British Profile Mary Musgrove: A Creek Woman Between Worlds The Seven Years' War and Indian Perspectives on Empire The Redefinition of Empire and Racial Consciousness Seeing History Neolin's Master of Life Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 6: The Indians' Revolution, 1763-1814 A Disease, a Continent, and a Revolution The American Revolution Questions of Iroquois Neutrality For Liberty and Independence: New England Indians Profile Molly Brant, an Iroquois Woman and British Loyalist Dunmore's War and the Old Northwest The South and Choosing Sides Seeing History A Draught of the Cherokee Country by Lientenant Henry Timberlake, 1762 Native American Recovery, Native American Resistance, 1783-1814 The Revolution Continues: Treaties and Bloody Years The Civilization Program Prophets and War Profile Black Hoof, Shawnee Annuity Chief Reading History Hansome Lake's First Vision, 1799 Profile Hillis Hadjo, The Creek Prophet Western Revolutions The Borderlands Revolution: Comancheria Comancheria: Wealth and Empire Alta California: Missionary Revolutions Mission Life Profile Indian Leaders in the Franciscan Missions Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 7: Removal, 1801-1846 Do You Want Our Land? Southern Removal Cherokee "Civilization" Cherokees Challenged Reading History The Removal Act of 1830 Cherokee Removal The Creek Road to Oklahoma Choctaw Removal Seeing History Nanih Waiya Chickasaws Head West Profile Pushmataha, Choctaw Leader Caught between Worlds Resisting Removal Seminoles Fight Profile Coacoochee, the Mexican Seminole The Black Hawk War Reading History Black Hawk's Autobiography Removal from the North Profile William Apess, a Pequot Helps the Mashpee Restoring Sovereignty in the Indian Territory Rebuilding the Cherokee Nation Resurgence among Indians from the South Indian Territory and the "Peculiar Institution" of Slavery Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 8: Western Indians and the United States, 1800-1850 Winning or Losing the West Native Americans, the Corps of Discovery, and Constructing Empire The Plains and Missouri River Indians Pacific Northwest Indians Reading History James P. Rhonda, The Truth About Sacagawea The Pacific as the West Russian America Tlingit Culture, Resistance, and Competition Rocky Mountain Fur Trading and the Pacific Northwest Profile Smohalla, the Prophet Winning or Losing the West? The Transformation of California Reading History Isadora: Widow of the Prince of Solano California Indians and American Manifest Destiny California's "Sexual Frontier" ProfileIshi, the Last Yahi Standing Texas Indians in Upheaval Profile Andele, the Mexican-Kiowa Captive The Southwest Borderlands in Transition Reading History Andele's Account Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 9: The Civil War Years, 1861-1865 Lumbee Indians in the Civil War War in Indian Territory and Minnesota Choosing Sides War in Indian Territory Profile Stand Watie (Cherokee, 1806-1871) The Upper Midwest: Sioux Resistance Profile Little Crow (Tayoyateduta or Thaoyate Duta, for His Red Nation), 1810-1862 Seeing History The Execution of Santee Sioux Resistance in the Southwest and Plains Navajo Resistance Bosque Redondo War in the Colorado Territory Reading History Proclamation of Govern John Evans, Colorado Territory, June 27, 1864 Reading History Letter from Black Kettle (Cheyenne) to Major Colley (Indian Agent, Fort Lyon), United States Army, August 29, 1864 Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 10: Conflicting Postwar Directions, 1865-1877 Kintpuash and the Modoc War Post-Civil War Directions in Indian Affairs Defining Postwar Indian Policy Profile Standing Bear (Machunazha, Ponca), 1829-1908 The Powder River War Peace Overtures Reading History Report to the President by the Indian Peace Commission, January 7, 1868 Renewed Resistance on the Southern Plains Peace Policy, War Policy President Grant's Peace Policy Seeing History "Robinison Crusoe Making a Man of his Friday" Renewed Resistance on the Southern Plains Profile Quannah Parker (Comanche) Gold in the Black Hills The Great Sioux War The Nez Perce Seeing History Custer's Last Stand Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 11: The Struggle for Cultural Identity, 1877-1910 Wild West Shows Chasing Freedom, Preserving Identity Victorio and Geronimo The Ghost Dance Saving the Indian Eastern Reformers Lake Mohonk Seeing History "Give the Red Man a Chance" The Attack on Indian Cultures The Dawes Act Reading History General Allotment Act, or Dawes Act (1887) Profile The "Oklahoma Land Rushers, or Boomers" Christianizing the Indian Educating Native Americans Seeing History "The American Indian: Past and Present" Profile Plenty Kill, aka Luther Standing Bear (Oglala, 1868-1939) Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 12: Progressivism and World War I: Charting Their Own Course in the Twentieth Century, 1900-1920 Simon Pokagon The Progressive Spirit among Native Americans Seeing History Dime Novels The Society of American Indians Profile Jim Thorpe Gertrude Bonnin and Laura Kellogg Religion and the SAI Fractures within the SAI The Peyote Issue The Great War The World War One Draft Reading History Native American Citizenship and Compulsory Military Service Indians Enter Military Service Over There Profile Private Joseph Oklahombi (Choctaw) Stereotypes and Indian Military Service The Home Front Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 13: Post-War Directions for Native Americans, 1918-1929 The "Osage Reign of Terror" Coming Home Wartime Divestment of Indian Lands Wartime Resurgence of Traditional Values Citizenship for Native Americans Postwar Activism The Continued Assault on Indian Lands Profile Will Rogers Pueblo Lands Reading History Letter from Commissioner of Indian Affairs Charles Burke to All Indians Fall's Removal from Office Changing Directions The Emerging Path of Reform Seeing History The Vanishing American and Hollywood Film Profile John Collier Citizenship Revisited The Meriam Report Reading History From The Problem of Indian Administration, or Meriam Report, 1928 Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 14: The Great Depression, 1929-1940 The CCC Project at Bandelier National Park near Santa Fe, New Mexico Native Americans and the Early Years of the Great Depression Hard Times Reform Efforts in the Hoover Administration Health Care and Education A Brighter Prospect for Change The Indian New Deal Native Americans and New Deal Reform The Public Works of Art Project Seeing History St Regis Indian Reservation (1937) by Amy Jones The Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division Profile Robert Yellowtail Navajo Stock Reduction Indian Education Redirection in Federal Indian Policy The Indian Reorganization Act Reading History Excerpts from the Indian Reorganization Act (Wheeler-Howard Act), June 18, 1934 Resistance to the IRA Profile Alice Lee Jemison (Seneca) Assessment of the Indian New Deal Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 15: American Indians Join the WarEffort, 1940-1945 Lieutenant Ernest Childers Earns the Congressional Medal of Honor Native Americans Enter the Armed Forces Draft Registration and Military Induction Motives for Enlistment Seeing History Freedom's Warrior-The American Indian Defining Indian Identity Racial Identity in Virginia Tribal Sovereignty Native Americans at War Indian Response to Pearl Harbor Indians at War Profile Postwar Ira Hayes Code Talkers The Popular Image of Indian Soldiers Reading History The Navajo Translation of the United States Marine Corps Hymn Seeing History Military Use of Native American Imagery The Home Front War Comes to the Reservations Migration to Defense Factories Women and the War Effort War Bond Purchases Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 16: Redefining the Status of Native Americans in Post-World War II America, 1943-1962 John Nez (Navajo) The Path to Termination Senate Report 310 A Global Indian Reorganization Act The National Congress of American Indians The Immediate Postwar Direction Economic Difficulties Social Concerns The Indian Claims Commission Termination and Relocation Termination Reconsidered The Relocation Program Seeing History Bureau of Indian Affairs Relocation Poster "Come to Denver" The Policy of Termination Klamath and Menominee Termination Profile Ada Deer (Menominee) Reading History Party Platform Planks and Native Americans "The More Things Change ..." The Continued Assault on Indian Lands The Korean War Profile Woodrow Wilson Keeble (Sioux) Hollywood Films and Television Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 17: Indian Activism in the Age of Liberalism, 1961-1980 Bernie Whitebear and the Fort Lawton Takeover A New Direction in Indian Activism Fishing and Water Rights Profile Buffy Sainte Marie Alcatraz The Alcatraz Occupation Profile Vine Deloria, Jr. (1933-2005) Indians and the Vietnam War Native Americans Enter the Armed Forces Combat Service Racial Consciousness Red Power The American Indian Movement Trail of Broken Treaties Wounded Knee The Longest Walk Seeing HistoryA Call for Support New Directions? Indian Self-Determination Urbanization Patterns Educational Directions Reading History Edward M. Kennedy, Foreword from Indian Education: A National Tragedy-A National Challenge Mainstream Awareness Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Chapter 18: Self-Determination to Decolonization: Native Americans into the Twenty-First Century Ronald Reagan, Decolonization Presidential Indian Policy: 1980s-1990s The Reagan Years Reading History Ronald Reagan, Indian Policy Statement, January 24, 1983 Profile Peter MacDonald: Navajo Leader Falls from Power in the Era of Reagan George Herbert Walter Bush: Any Better? Reading History George H. W. Bush's Statement on Indian Affairs, June 14, 1991 Native Peoples and Activism: The 1980s and 1990s Reservations and Resources Casinos and Tourism NAGPRA and What Is an Indian? Native American Women Take Charge Reading History James C. Chatters, Kennewick Man Profile Suzan Shown Harjo: Cheyenne-Creek Activist Empowerment and Decolonization and into the Twenty-First Century Literature and Art Indigenous Peoples in the Academy Seeing History Gathering Wild Rice Conclusion Review Questions Recommended Readings Native American History Online MySearchLab Connections: Sources Online Appendix Glossary of Key Terms and Concepts Bibliography Photo & Text Credits Index

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Kenneth Townsend earned his Ph.D. in American History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1991, two years after joining the faculty of the Department of History at Coastal Carolina University in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Townsend now serves as chair of the Department of History. He is the author of World War II and the American Indian (2000), South Carolina (2008) and varied articles, and he is revising a book-length manuscript addressing the World War II home front in the Southeastern United States. In summer 2006 Townsend embedded with U.S. Army units in Kabul and Kandahar, Afghanistan and is now completing a project titled "Shadows of War" that examines the personal imprint of war on soldiers and their families. Mark A. Nicholas received his PhD from Lehigh University in 2006, and teaches at Florida Atlantic University. With Joel W. Martin, he edited Native Americans, Christianity, and the Reshaping of the American Religious Landscape (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2010). He has several ongoing projects, including a book about the Seneca Indians for Michigan State University. Press and a book about the Shawnees in Kansas for University of Arizona Press.
EAN: 9780132069489
ISBN: 0132069482
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PRENTICE HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2012
Seitenanzahl: 648 Seiten
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