Integrates Native American perspectives into American history Native Voices is a source reader that covers the entire span of Native American history. It offers documents for readers to evaluate the Native Voice across the American continent and in parts of Latin America. Each document sheds light on Native North America and provides readers with the Native American perspective of their history. The organization of Native Voices and its readings are designed to correlate with First Americans: A History of Native Peoples, MySearchLab is a part of the Nicholas program. Research and writing tools, including access to academic journals, help students understand Native American history in even greater depth.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 History from the Native American Point of View
Chapter 2 Natives and Newcomers: Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
Chapter 3 The Seventeenth Century Spanish Borderlands and Eastern Woodlands
Chapter 4 The Eighteenth Century to 1763 in Times of Peace and War
Chapter 5 The Indians' Revolution, 1763-1814: Across the Continent
Chapter 6 A New Order and Expansion West 1820-1850
Chapter 7 Native Americans, the Civil War, and the War for the West, 1850-1877
Chapter 8 Assimilation or Extinction, 1860-1900
Chapter 9 Perseverance and Revival
Chapter 10 Native Americans, the Great Depression and World War II, and the Reorganization of Indian Country, 1930-1950
Chapter 11 Resurgent Indians, 1960-1980
Chapter 12 Native Americans into the Twenty First Century
Mark A. Nicholas received his Ph.D from Lehigh University in 2006. He is finishing a co-edited volume for the University of North Carolina Press, a book about the Seneca Indians for Michigan State University Press and a book about the Shawnees in Kansas for University of Arizona Press.