Peoples of North America
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- OCLC#: 861340132
- ISBN: 978-1-942341-02-4
- Affiliation: SUNY Potsdam
Local Peoples of united states will be a basic text in regards to the Indigenous individuals of united states (primarily america and Canada) provided from an anthropological perspective. Therefore, the writing is organized around anthropological principles eg language, kinship, wedding and family members life, governmental and economic organization, food getting, religious and religious techniques, plus the arts. Prehistoric, historical and modern information is presented. Each part starts with a good example from the oral tradition that reflects the theme of this chapter. The written text includes recommended readings, video clips, and class room activities.
Part 1: In 1491…
Part 2: All Our Relations
Section 3: sources and their particular Distribution
Chapter 4: Status, Rank, and Power
Part 5: Religion and Spiritual Beliefs
Part 6: will there be a Word for Art?