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by Herman J. Viola

After Columbus: The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians download ebook
ISBN:
0517581086
ISBN13:
978-0895990280
Author:
Herman J. Viola
Publisher:
Orion Books; 1st edition (October 28, 1990)
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288 pages
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Smithsonian Books ; New York : Orion Books. Introduction: George Horse capture - Encounter. Real Americans ; Landfalls ; Cultures in collision ; End of the beginning - Inheritance lost.

Smithsonian Books ; New York : Orion Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. A new nation ; Indian destiny sealed ; Loss of the West ; Era of internal exile - Fighting for rights. Red power ; Horizons.

He has authored numerous books on these topics, including Exploring the West, After Columbus, Warrior Artists, and The North American Indians. He is also the author of the middle school social studies textbook, Why We Remember.

After Columbus : The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indian. Release Date:August 1992. Publisher:Smithsonian Books. 00 lbs. Dimensions:11. You Might Also Enjoy. Select Format: Hardcover.

Hardback book after columbus - the smithsonian chronicle of the north american indians. Book - excellent condition except for a name sticker on the inside first page. ISBN 0-89599-028-8 1990. Publisher: orion books - smithsonian institution. Pages 288. Picture shows the inside cover info. IT Measures 11" X 9". I Would rate this hardback book quality as a . ( very good to excellent).

After Columbus: The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians

After Columbus: The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians. Although the quincentenary of Columbus's arrival in this hemisphere all seems a thing of the past now, the celebration of what was essentially the eradication of their culture incensed the American Indians. This exquisitely illustrated overview of North American Indian life sets out to describe what life on this continent was like before the arrival of the European conquerors

volume to THE SMITHSONIAN BOOK OF NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS BEFORE THE COMING OF THE EUROPEANS (1986). Bibliographic Details Publisher: Washington, DC: Pub. Smithsonian Books, 1990.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: Washington, DC: Pub. Smithsonian Books, 1990, Washington, DC. Publication Date: 1990.

Herman J. Viola is a longstanding author, educator, and curator. I particularly enjoyed the manner in which Viola and his contributors used ironic humor to educate readers and put issues and situations in context. A former director at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, he was the driving force in founding the museum’s National Anthropological Archives, which kept the first Native American records.

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Viola, Herman J. After Columbus: The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians. Washington: Smithsonian Books, 1990. Westminster, MD: Heritage Books, 2009. Wright, J. Leitch, Jr. Creeks and Seminoles: The Destruction and Regeneration of the Muscogulge People. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1986.

Find nearly any book by Herman J Viola (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. AFTER COLUMBUS - The Smithsonian Chronicle of the North American Indians: ISBN 9780895990310 (978-0-89599-031-0) Softcover, Smithsonian, 1992. ISBN 9780131281967 (978-0-13-128196-7) Hardcover, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005.

Spans more than 500 years of Native American history, tradition, and cultural exchange, and discusses the impact of European exploration and colonization on Indian culture and society
Reviews:
  • Delagamand
If you want the same old rant on Why The White Race Is Evil and Ruined America, buy this book. Otherwise go to someone who writes in a balanced manner, like Stephen Ambrose. CRAZY HORSE AND CUSTER is a great place to start. The only thing I liked about this book was the photographs. Otherwise it was predictable and a total yawn.
  • Thetath
This is a fair report on the state of affairs if Native Americans 500 years after Columbus. In the earliest days of Europeans, the French, the English and the Spanish exploration and settlement in the New World, Native American lives changed by whiteman conquest, trade, epidemics, horse and guns. Their land and livelihood were pushed aside by the Manifest Destiny. This book is composed of 3 parts, namely, Encounter, Inheritance Lost and Fighting for Rights, with ample pictures and text. With 500 years being compressed into a little bite over 250 pages, this book only highlight the major events along the history timeline. The famous Indian saying is true: we used to have land and they have the Bible. And now, we have the Bible and they have the land. Ben Franklin paid the Iroquois Confederacy a compliment in 1754: it is hard to believe that the 13 American colonies could not agree to a polictical union when "Six Nations of ignorant savages" had formed one. (P.91) Between 1880 and WW I, having defeated Native americans militaril, US government tried to defeat them politically, economically, and spiritually. (P.187) This book also talks about Modoc War, Wounded Knee and Ishi.
The last paragraph raises important question: It would be sad if these great people, whose ancestors welcomed the first visitors to the New World 500 years ago, ofte with warmth and friendship, were to be lost to the American experience, in greeting the newcomers, Indians launched a tradition that has become the hallmark of US: this land continues to welcome immigrants from all over the world. (P.278).
In the annual Thanksgiving Dinner, let us celebrate the goodwill and friendship of Native Americans who welcome and support the newcomers. Let us educate ourselves what Native Americans endure and survive and what their great contributions to US and the world! Over half of State names and many cities came from Native americans. Edible plants of food domesticated by Native Americans have become major staples around the world, namely corn (maize), potato, sweet potato, peanut, squash and pumpkin, tomato, papaya, avocado, pineapple, guava, chilli peppers, chocolate (cacao) and many different kind of beans.
This is an important chapter in American history for every American.
  • Coiwield
Worth buying, tells the truth.