This best-selling short history of Wisconsin's native peoples is now updated and expanded to include events through the end of the twentieth century. From the treaty-making era to the reawakening of tribal consciousness in the 1960s to the profound changes brought about by Indian gaming, Lurie’s classic account remains the best concise treatment of the subject.
|Publisher:||Wisconsin Historical Society|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Nancy Oestreich Lurie’s many books include Mountain Wolf Woman and, with coauthor Stuart Levine, The American Indian Today. She is curator emerita of anthropology at the Milwaukee Public Museum. Francis Paul Prucha, S.J., is professor emeritus of history at Marquette University and has authored many books, including The Great Father, and American Indian Policy in the Formative Year.