Native American Industry in Contemporary America

Native American Industry in Contemporary America

Author - Tammy Gagne

Native American Industry in Contemporary America
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Native Americans who have enjoyed professional success now work to open doors for other tribe members.

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Native Nations of the Arctic and Subartic
Georgia: The Debtors Colony
Pennsylvania: William Penn and the City of Brotherly Love
Inside the Native American Rights Movement
The Maryland Colony: Lord Baltimore
Native Peoples of the Southwest
Native Peoples of The Northeast
Native Nations of the Great Basin and Plateau
The Sioux of the Great Northern Plains
Mystery of the Roanoke Colonists
Sacagawea: Native American Interpreter
Native American Governments: From Tribal Councils to Constitutions
Holidays and Celebrations in Colonial America
Life in Colonial America
Squanto: Native American Translator and Guide
Preserving Their Heritage
Native American Ceremonies and Celebrations: From Potlatches to Powwows
The Iroquois of the Northeast
Native Peoples of the Plains
The Plymouth Colony: The Pilgrims Settle in Massachusetts
The Massachusetts Bay Colony: The Puritans Arrive from England
New Netherland: The Dutch Settle the Hudson Valley
Jamestown: The First English Colony
The Zuni
The Story of the Holocaust
Native Peoples of the Arctic
William Penn
Native Americans and the US Government
Native Peoples of the Subarctic
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