To learn about these topics and more in Native American history, explore ABC-CLIO's expansive four-volume Encylopedia of American Indian History, edited by Bruce E. Johansen and Barry M. Pritzker. This comprehensive encyclopedia includes nearly 450 entries and hundreds of images on topics as diverse as precontact cultures, European contact, mineral rights, education, blood quantum, and the American Indian wars. It also includes key primary sources, such as Federal treaties and Supreme Court cases. This wealth of reference entries and primary source documents will help students better understand the pivotal events, people, places, and issues in Native American history.
|Bruce E. Johansen|
Bruce E. Johansen is Frederick W. Kayser Professor of Communication and Native American Studies at the University of Nebraskas at Omaha. He is author, most recently, of Native Peoples of North America (2005) and Global Warming in the 21st Century (2006).
|Barry M. Pritzker|
Barry M. Pritzker (MA, UMass/Amherst) is Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. He is the author, among other books and articles, of Native America Today (1999) and Native Americans (1998).