Everyday Life among the American Indians, 1800-1900: Guide for Writers, Students and Historiansby Candy Vyvey Moulton
Nothing in the chronicle of American history has been more riddled with stereotypes and falsehoods than the lives of American Indians and the vital role they played in our nation's past. Everyday Life Among the American Indians corrects these decades of misinformation with insightful, accurate scholarship that belongs on the shelf of anyone interested in reading -- or writing -- the real story.
Covering more than 500 tribes and including maps, illustrations, chronologies and detailed overviews of day-to-day life, this invaluable reference for writers, researchers and students is at once comprehensive and strikingly accessible. From the Louisiana Purchase to the Trail of Tears to Wounded Knee and beyond, auther Candy Moulton vividly portrays the disappearing cultures of nineteenth-century American Indians with dignity and in astonishing detail.
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