Baker & Taylor A prize-winning historian tackles the often sensitive issue of how the United States government and white settlers confiscated Native American land for their own use, offering a comprehensive narrative beginning in 1607 and ending in the present day.
Book News Inside cover maps of the locations of federally recognized tribes (as of 1990) bracket this chronicle of American Indian cultures under siege from the 17th century onward. Marks (American studies, St. Edwards' U., Austin) views the unsettling of the West from the indigenous perspective. Proponents argue that tribal casinos are the new buffalo in meeting needs. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Baker & Taylor Chronicles how the U.S. government and white settlers took Native American land for their own use