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  • "They Made Us Many Promises"by Philip Weeks

    Wiley 2014; US$ 24.95

    A descendant of The American Indian Experience , this compelling anthology showcases the work of sixteen specialists. Those chapters retained from the original volume have been carefully revised to make them more accessible to the average undergraduate, while six entirely new and original essays consider important topics: American Indian women; Indian-Spanish... more...

  • "Times Are Altered with Us"by Roger M. Carpenter

    Wiley 2015; US$ 84.95

    "Times Are Altered with Us": American Indians from Contact to the New Republic offers a concise and engaging introduction to the turbulent 300-year-period of the history of Native Americans and their interactions with Europeans—and then Americans—from 1492 to 1800. Considers the interactions of American Indians at many points of "First... more...

  • America in the Great Warby Ronald Schaffer

    Oxford University Press, USA 1991; US$ 54.99

    After such conflicts as World War II, Vietnam, and now the Persian Gulf, the First World War seems a distant, almost ancient event. It conjures up images of trenches, horse-drawn wagons, and old-fashioned wide-brimmed helmets--a conflict closer to the Civil War than to our own time. It hardly seems an American war at all, considering we fought for... more...

  • Archaeological Perspectives on the Southern Appalachiansby Ramie A. Gougeon; Maureen Meyers

    University of Tennessee Press 2015; US$ 84.95

    In the last four decades, southeastern archaeology has increasingly developed a processual method of looking at archaeological data through varying levels of scale. By adjusting the scale, archaeologists can further define societal interactions and exchanges, which is particularly useful to those researching the Mississippian period, as the rise and... more...

  • Archaeology of the Central Mississippi Valleyby Dan F. Morse; Phyllis A. Morse

    University of Alabama Press 2014; US$ 36.00

    A classic work detailing an 11,000-year period of human culture within the largest river system of North America. The earliest recorded description of the Central Mississippi Valley and its inhabitants is contained within the DeSoto chronicles written after the conquistadors passed through the area between 1539 and 1543. In 1882 a field agent for... more...

  • Archaeology of the Central Mississippi Valleyby Dan F. Morse; Phyllis A. Morse; James Bennett Griffin

    Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 72.95

    Archaeology of the Central Mississippi Valley describes an archeological reconstruction of the preceding 11,000 years of an extraordinarily rich environment centered within the largest river system north of the Amazon. This book focuses on the lowlands of the Mississippi Valley from just north of the Ohio River to the mouth of the Arkansas River. ... more...

  • The Archaeology of Eventsby Zackary I. Gilmore; Jason M. O'Donoughue

    University of Alabama Press 2015; US$ 59.95

    Across the social sciences, gradualist evolutionary models of historical dynamics are giving way to explanations focused on the punctuated and contingent ?events? through which history is actually experienced. The Archaeology of Events is the first book-length work that systematically applies this new eventful approach to major developments in the... more...

  • Between Contacts and Coloniesby Cameron B. Wesson; Mark A. Rees; David H. Dye; Rebecca Saunders; Mark A. Rees; Mintcy D. Maxham; Kristen J. Gremillion; John F. Scarry; Timothy K. Perttula; Christopher B. Rodning; Cameron B. Wesson

    University of Alabama Press 2002; US$ 29.95

    This collection of essays brings together diverse approaches to the analysis of Native American culture in the protohistoric period. For most Native American peoples of the Southeast, almost two centuries passed between first contact with European explorers in the 16th century and colonization by whites in the 18th century?a temporal span commonly... more...

  • Blood Mattersby Erik March Zissu

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 47.95

    This study explores how the five tribes of Oklahoma - Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Creeks, and Seminoles - strove to achieve political unity within their tribes during the first decades of the 20th century by forging a new sense of peoplehood around the idea of blood. more...

  • Breaking the Iceby Barry Zellen

    Lexington Books 2008; US$ 49.99

    Breaking the Ice is a comparative study of the movement for native land claims and Aboriginal rights in Alaska and the Western Arctic, and the resulting political transformation as the indigenous peoples of the North gained an increasingly prominent role in the governance of their homeland and their land claims agreements paved the way toward self-government.... more...