Historic Native Peoples of Texas

University of Texas PressSKU: 9780292717930

Author:
Foster, William C.
Grade Levels:
College, University
Nation:
Apache, Caddo, Plains, Pueblo, Southeast, Southwest
Book Type:
PB
Pages:
346
Publisher:
University of Texas Press
Copyright Data:
2008

Price:
Sale price$33.00

Description

Historic Native Peoples of Texas written by historian William C. Foster provides documentation of the hundreds of Nations living in Texas during the early historic period (AD 1528 to 1722). He organizes the Texas region into eight study areas. Using the historic documents and accounts of European expeditions during the period, the author details the various cultural lifestyles of these Indigenous Peoples. Each chapter covers a study area and includes: the eastern and western sections of the central coastal plains (Areas I and II), the Karankawa country of the coastal bend (Area III), South Texas (Area IV), the Trans-Pecos (Area V), the High Plains and Hill Country (Area VI), Caddoan East Texas (Area VII), and the upper Gulf Coast (Area VIII).

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