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The American Indians:
Indians of the Western Range
By: Time-Life Books
This volume is one of a series of twenty-four from Time-Life Books that chronicles the history and culture of the Native Americans. Indians of the Western Range focuses on the indigenous people that occupied the area between the Continental Divide, the Cascades and the Sierras of the western United States. Lavishly illustrated, it describes the history, lifestyle, customs and cultures of the Paiute, Shoshone, Bannock, Ute, Nez Perce, and Flathead tribes. As well as the effect of white settlers and their attempts to defend their homelands, the reservation system and resulting hardships, the allotment program, the Ghost Dance religion and the Suicide Race which is held each year in the state of Washington.
1A Land of Gifts and Gatherings16
2Aliens in Their Own Domain80
3In Defense of the Homeland132
* Essays *Faces Across Time6 Through the Paiute Seasons58 Spotted Horses of the Plateau70 A Cleric's Loving Journal120A Rugged Race for Honor174
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Collect all 24 volumes to complete the entire series!
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