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Encyclopaedia of Indicana ( In 2 Volumes)

Raghuvir Jalote (Author) Kartikay Goswami (Author)
Synopsis More than five hundred years have passed since the first encounter between Indians and Non-Indians took place with the arrival of Christopher Columbus in what quickly became known as the New World. Throughout those five hundred years disease, pestilence, war, atrocities, greed, discrimination, relocation-intolerance, and misunderstanding have characterised many of the actions and attitudes of Non-Indians to the peoples they found inhabiting this vast hemisphere. Most North American Indian tribes faced extinction as their populations dwindled in the face of this encounter. That tribes like the Goshute, Navajo, Paiute, Shoshone, and Ute have survived and now flourish to some measure is an important lesson for a planet where ecological disasters threaten in many forms. As their histories tell us, these tribes have long endured and will continue to be an important part of Utah's history. What greater gift can they offer all Utahns than an understanding of their story.
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Title Encyclopaedia of Indicana ( In 2 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 22.01.2009
Language: English
isbn 8178845326
length xvi+604p,.