North American Indian Nations

Explore the history, culture, and modern-day lifestyles of American Indians living in ten distinct geographic regions of North America. Readers will evaluate the similarities and differences between the Indian nations and make connections as to how geography affected their past and continues to influence their present. These books clarify how each Indian nation is unique, with their own identities and traditions, while examining how the groups interacted and related with each other.

Cover: Native Peoples of the Southwest
Cover: Native Peoples of California
Cover: Native Peoples of the Northeast
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North American Indian Nations — eBook Set
Multi-user eBook $379.88, 10 titles
North American Indian Nations — Library Bound Set
Library Bound Hardcover OS, 10 titles Temporarily out of stock
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
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Native Peoples of California
Native Peoples of the Arctic
Native Peoples of the Great Basin
Native Peoples of the Northeast
Native Peoples of the Northwest
Native Peoples of the Plains
Native Peoples of the Plateau
Native Peoples of the Southeast
Native Peoples of the Southwest
Native Peoples of the Subarctic
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Fall 2020
  • New! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019

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North American Indian Nations

Explore the history, culture, and modern-day lifestyles of American Indians living in ten distinct geographic regions of North America. Readers will evaluate the similarities and differences between the Indian nations and make connections as to how geography affected their past and… View →