NATIVE AMERICAN ECONOMIC POLICY REPORT
NYC, New York - National Museum of the American Indian
Costumes for Native American Day
International Human Resources Management of Japanese, American, and European Firms in Asia: The Roles of Headquarters and Subsidiaries
THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICAN AMERICAN LANGUAGE: THE ...
ABSTRACT-Mingling Tongues: Code switching/mixing Practices of North American Bilinguals
Dietary Calcium and Blood Pressure in a Native American Population
How to Make Smart Purchase of Native Indian Artifacts?
Is capoeira a perfect example of the appropriation of Afro-Brazilian culture by the State with the aim of creating a national, rather than ethnic, identity marker?
Important Events And People Of The American Revolution
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This work introduces readers to the mythologies of Native Americans from the United States to the Arctic Circle. It examines the characters and deities, rituals, sacred locations and objects, ...
Students and art lovers will enjoy reading about the approximately 70 Native American artists presented here, many for the first time in a reference book.
Native American Spirituality: Path of Heart (Don Juan Matus, Eagle, and Others)
A major period of westward expansion took place in the United States during the first half of the 19th century. Fur trading, the coast-to-coast railroad, the California gold rush and the removal of ...
This authoritative guide—based on the author's classic reference work, Indian Herbalogy of North America —is a portable illustrated companion for the professional and amateur ...
The Invention of Native American Literature
Primary Care of Native American Patients; Diagnosis, Therapy, and Epidemiology
The Land Looks After Us; A History of Native American Religion
A Song to the Creator: Traditional Arts of Native American Women of the Plateau
This work explores the first three American Indian women to write novels in English. It also analyzes contemporary authors such as Leslie Marmon Silko, Louise Erdrich, Linda Hogan, and Diane Glancy.