Onondaga-English / English-Onondaga Dictionary, hardcover ed

$215.00

The Onondaga-English/English-Onondaga Dictionary is the result of Hanni Woodbury's thirty years of research and collaboration with contemporary speakers and her study of nineteenth- and twentieth-century text sources. Onondaga is an Iroquoian language spoken at the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, near Brantford, Ontario, and at Onondaga Nation, near Syracuse, New York. Once spoken by a large Iroquoian population in New York State, Onondaga is now spoken by only a small number of individuals.

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Biographical Dictionary of American Indian History to 1900, rev. ed, hardcover OUT OF PRINT

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Biographical Dictionary American Indian History to 1900 is the revised edition of Waldman's Who Was Who in Native American History: Indians and Non-Indians from Early Contacts and through 1900. This new edition provides brief biographical profiles for over 1,000 men and women who played significant roles in American Indian history in Canada and the United States from precontact to 1900. The entries range in length from single paragraphs to 2-page spreads.

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Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes, revised ed, paper ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available through GoodMinds.com Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes is a comprehensive resource guide to 150 Nations in North America. The volume includes precontact peoples and civilizations. Each entry summarizes the historical record, such as geographic locations, migrations, European contact, wars, and present day tribal status. Descriptions of traditional lifestyle including topics such as clothing, language, housing, transportation, tools, arts, legends, and ceremonies are included for each tribal group.

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Encyclopedia of Native American Religions, updated ed, paper edition OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT Encyclopedia of Native American Religions is the updated edition of a major reference work for the general reader. More than 1200 cross-referenced entries describe traditional beliefs and spiritual practices; the impact of European contact; and the forms Native American religions take today. The contemporary issues include court cases concerning prisoners' religious rights, US national and state legislation concerning Native Religion, religious rights in the military, sacred sites, and tribal court cases involving Non-Native participation in sacred ceremonies.

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Biographical Dictionary American Indian History to 1900, rev. ed, paper OUT OF PRINT

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Biographical Dictionary American Indian History to 1900 is the revised edition of Waldman's Who Was Who in Native American History: Indians and Non-Indians from Early Contacts and through 1900. This new edition provides brief biographical profiles for over 1,000 men and women who played significant roles in American Indian history in Canada and the United States from precontact to 1900. The entries range in length from single paragraphs to 2-page spreads.

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Understanding Northwest Coast Art: A Guide to Crests, Beings and Symbols, paper ed

$22.95

Understanding Northwest Coast Art: A Guide to Crests, Beings and Symbols is a guide to reading the imagery in Northwest Coast artistic endeavours by gallery owner Cheryl Shearar. The first section of this book features an alphabetical list of words relating to Northwest Coast art, with definitions, descriptions and explanations and synopses of the major myths associated with them. As an aid to identification and understanding, many of the crests, beings and symbols are illustrated in the 60 black-and-white reproductions of contemporary works of art.

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Encyclopaedia of the First Peoples of North America, The, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher Excellent introductory single-volume reference to First Nations, Inuit, and Metis history and culture. Entries cover topics from Abenaki to Zuni in readable passages that effectively incorporate colour photographs throughout.

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Atlas of Great Lakes Indian History, paper ed

$67.43

Atlas of Great Lakes Indian History is volume 174 in The Civilization of the American Indian Series published by the University of Oklahoma Press. The massive undertaking for documenting the history of the Great Lakes region through maps began in 1976 and was successfully completed in 1987. The work expands and clarifies the once limited scholarly understanding of the history of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Valley regions. The editor was assisted by numerous historians, cartographers, graduate students, library and archival staff, and Native historians and scholars.

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