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Native Americans and Black Americans / [electronic resource] Kim Dramer ; Frank W. Porter III, general editor.

By: Dramer, Kim.
Contributor(s): Porter, Frank W, 1947-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Indians of North America (Chelsea House Publishers): Publisher: Philadelphia : Chelsea House Publishers, c1997Description: 95 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0791044629 (pbk.); 9780791044629 (pbk.); 0791026531 (hc); 9780791026533 (hc).Subject(s): African Americans -- Relations with Indians -- Juvenile literature | Indians of North America -- African influences -- Juvenile literature | Indians of North America -- History | United States -- Race relationsDDC classification: 303.48/2 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library Summary: Indians of North America presents accurate portrayals of the history and culture of North American Indian peoples in volumes written specifically for young adults. Based on the most recent scholarship and written by authorities on the subject, each of the volumes in this highly acclaimed series provides a balanced account of the history of relations between Indians and whites and challenges many still-prevalent myths and stereotypes. The volumes also examine the Native American past before European contact--chapters in the history of Indian peoples that are often overlooked.
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Indians of North America presents accurate portrayals of the history and culture of North American Indian peoples in volumes written specifically for young adults. Based on the most recent scholarship and written by authorities on the subject, each of the volumes in this highly acclaimed series provides a balanced account of the history of relations between Indians and whites and challenges many still-prevalent myths and stereotypes. The volumes also examine the Native American past before European contact--chapters in the history of Indian peoples that are often overlooked.

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