The Encyclopedia of North American Indian Tribes: A Comprehensive Study of Tribes from the Abitibi to the Zuni (Bill Yenne)

The Encyclopedia of North American Indian Tribes: A Comprehensive Study of Tribes from the Abitibi to the Zuni (Bill Yenne) lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my History U.S.A. shelves. priced at £6.50! Call in and get 40% OFF that price when you mention this post…

London: Bison Books, 1992, Hardback in dust wrapper.

A Later Printing. Contains: Black & white photographs; Colour photographs; Colour plates; Black & white drawings; Maps; 3 column text;

From the cover: When Christoper Columbus landed in the Caribbean in 1492, he called the inhabitants Indians, thinking he was in the East Indies. The explorers and settlers who came after him called all natives of the New World Indians, assuming they were all members of the same large group. The Indian tribes of North America, however, have always been as diverse as the vast land in which they live and much more so than early Europeans could have imagined. They range from the hunters and gatherers of the Great Basin, whose lifestyle was almost like that of Stone Age peoples, to the fisherman of the Northwest Coast who …

Very Good in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Dust wrapper lightly rubbed at the head of the spine. Text complete, clean and tight.

Orange boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 191 pages. Index. 12¼” x 9¼”.

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