A comprehensive, scholarly resource with detailed volumes on themes such as Indians in contemporary society, Environment, origins, and population, History of Indian-White relations, and Languages, as well as volumes on tribes in specific geographic regions: Arctic, Subarctic, Northwest coast, California, Southwest, Great Basin, Plateau, Plains (2 v.), Southeast, and Northeast.
Three volumes with thematic essays, regional essays, U.S. and Canadian Indian treaties, important treaty sites, primary source documents, historical chronologies, biographies, and treaty related issues.
Includes essays that consider the complex social and political influences that have shaped American Indian literatures in the second half of the twentieth century, with particular emphasis on core themes of identity, sovereignty, and land.
An overview of the histories, cultures, and contemporary issues facing the region's Native peoples. It includes bibliographies of the most important sources and contact information for Native communities and organizations.