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    In this wide-ranging history of the Native peoples of North America from prehistory to the present, edited by a Canadian archaeologist and a former historian with the Smithsonian, a variety of authors present a huge amount of information in a very concise format. Chapters are both thematic ("Native peoples in Euro-American historiography") and regional ("the Arctic from Norse contact to modern times"). Where experts have differing opinions, such as the earliest dates for Native peoples in the Americas or the population of North America in 1492, authors explain their positions and refer readers to other points of view through discussion and footnotes. As the broad nature of the essays precludes presenting specific tribal information, this work complements other recent reference works, such as the Department of Commerce's American Indian Reservations and Trust Areas (1996).
    Vol I--North America

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    Vol II--Mesoamerica

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    Vol III--South America

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