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From the Publisher"Granberry takes a postprocessual approach to analyze the native cultures of the Americas, focusing on kin systems and linguistics. He has done a fine job of tackling an immensely complex and controversial subject, weaving his conclusions into a very readable and thought-provoking narrative."—John Worth, author of The Timucua Chiefdoms of Spanish Florida
"A work of detailed and painstaking scholarship. . . . providing an impressive account of the many Native American social systems. . . . Especially recommended to all students of Native American history, as well as non-specialist general readers with an interest in anthropology, linguistics, ethnohistory, and pre-Columbian American history."