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Monday, 1 February 2010

Reading for the study of Native American history

Recommended by Dr. Gabriella Treglia, Lecturer in History, University of Durham
Also viewable at The History Faculty.
James Wilson, 'The Earth Shall Weep' (London, 1996)

Peter Iverson and Frederick Hoxie (eds.), 'Indians in American History: an Introduction' (1998)

Nancy Shoemaker (ed.), American Indians (2000) - good for primary documents

Philip Weeks (ed.), '"They Made Us Many Promises": The American Indian Experience 1524 to the Present' (2002)

Colin Calloway (ed.), 'First Peoples: A Documentary Survey of American Indian History' (2004) - again, excellent primary sources

Vine Deloria Jr, 'Custer Died For Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto' (1969) - provocative and acerbic


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