Encyclopedia of the Great Plains Indians

Encyclopedia of the Great Plains Indians


Until the final centuries, the human landscapes of the nice Plains have been formed exclusively by way of local americans, and because then the zone has endured to be outlined through the long-lasting presence of its Indigenous peoples. The Encyclopedia of the nice Plains Indians deals a sweeping assessment, throughout time and house, of this tale in 123 entries drawn from the acclaimed Encyclopedia of the nice Plains, including 23 new entries concentrating on modern Plains Indians, and lots of new photographs.
 
Here are the peoples, areas, techniques, and occasions that experience formed lives of the Indians of the good Plains from the beginnings of human habitation to the present—not simply yesterday’s wars, treaties, and traditions but in addition today’s tribal faculties, casinos, and felony battles. as well as entries on commonly used names from the previous like Sitting Bull and loopy Horse, new entries on modern figures comparable to American Indian stream non secular chief Leonard Crow puppy and activists Russell skill and Leonard Peltier are integrated within the quantity. Influential author Vine Deloria Sr., Crow drugs girl beautiful safeguard, Nakota blues-rock band Indigenous, and the Nebraska Indians baseball crew also are one of the entries during this entire account. someone eager to learn about Plains Indians, earlier and current, will locate this an authoritative and engaging source.

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