The Native North American Almanac: A Reference Work on Native North Americans in the United States and Canada, Second Ed.

$175.00 each

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This huge, comprehensive volume provides historical and contemporary information about the Native peoples of North America.

 

An absolutely huge (1,472 pages), comprehensive volume that provides historical and contemporary information about the Native peoples of North America. The Almanac’s 17 chapters cover a broad range of topics—including but not limited to culture areas, history and historical landmarks, health, law and legislation, activism, environment, urbanization, education, economy, languages, arts, literatures, media, gender relations, plus a chronology from 11,000 BC through the early 1990s, plus a glossary, general bibliography and 35-page index—makes this highly readable book essential for librarians and teachers, and every middle-school classroom. 

 

 

 

Editor: Duane Champagne (Ojibwe)

Illustrations: Black and white photos, maps, and charts 

Binding Availability: Hardcover

Published: 2001

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Various U.S. and Canada tribes