OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available through GoodMinds.com Atlas of The North American Indian is the revised edition of a comprehensive reference tool for schools and libraries. This volume contains 150 photographs and 110 maps tracing the history, culture, languages, and lifestyles of Indigenous People of United States and Canada. Chapters covering the early civilization of Central America, the Caribbean, and Mexico are included. The volume is organized by subject according to seven broad categories: Ancient Indians; Ancient Civilizations, Indian Lifeways, Indians and Explorers; Indian Wars: Indian Land Cessions; and Contemporary Indians. The book offers clear, well-organized information in this overview of Native Peoples of North America from the distant past to 2000. This edition is a revision of the 1985 text and contains 16 new maps, revised text that incorporates the most recent archaeological theories, the latest statistics and new federal law, a new section of Indian Gaming, and an updated bibliography, glossary, and revised tribal list. Six appendices cover the Indian Nations of Canada and United States, Contemporary Reserves and Reservations, Major Indian Place Names in Canada and United States, and a list of Museums, Historical Sites Pertaining to Indians in Canada and United States. This broad-based work is an essential resource for school and public libraries.