4 edition of The American Southwest: its peoples and cultures found in the catalog.
The American Southwest: its peoples and cultures
Lynn Irwin Perrigo
Bibliography: p. 419-453.
|Statement||[by] Lynn I. Perrigo.|
|LC Classifications||F786 .P417|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 469 p.|
|Number of Pages||469|
|LC Control Number||76146926|
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This is an ambitious book, as the author acknowledges in recognizing that the Southwest has experienced such variety in definition that it is now an elusive entity. To some, the Southwest has been largely New Mexico and Arizona; others would include Texas, and still others California.
Fifty Indian nations lie within the modern American Southwest, communities sustained through four centuries of European and American contact by their cultural traditions and ties to the land.
In The People, Stephen Trimble provides an introduction to these Native peoples that is unrivaled in its scope and readability. Graced with an absorbing, well-researched text, a wealth of maps and. The American Southwest and Its Native People: From the Santa Fe Collection of Southwestern Art and the Palm Springs Desert Museum: December 5.
The American Southwest is rich in Native American and Spanish History. Southwest Region of the United States Christopher Columbus ‘ voyages to the “New World” were just the beginning of the intermingling of peoples and cultures that formed our nation; this rich and varied history is reflected in the prehistoric and historic sites, buildings, structures, objects and districts found throughout the land.
The precontact Southwest was a diverse cultural landscape inhabited by groups who probably spoke many different languages and saw themselves as distinct peoples.
They made a living through hunting, collecting wild plants, and farming corn, beans, squash, and a variety of other crops. The Southwest, to me (author of The Tequila Worm), evokes the spiritual beauty of this country, with its deepest roots still nourished by our indigenous, Spanish, Mexican, Mexican American and other rich dreams and cultures.
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The Lost World of the Old Ones: Discoveries in the Ancient Southwest by David Roberts (W.W. Norton & Co. ) (). Author David Roberts is a leading outdoor writer with special expertise on the subjects of high-altitude mountaineering and rock climbing as well as on the ancient native cultures of the American Southwest/5.
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This book explores the ways people have transformed natural resources in the American Southwest into fuel supplies for human consumption.
Not only do Native Americans possess a large percentage of the Southwest’s total acreage, but much of the nation’s coal. Related to the Mound Builder culture that flourished in North America between A.D. and Iroquois Native American peoples from the eastern Great Lakes region of North America who formed an alliance in the late s.
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A brutal reality in the American Southwest is that Indians were captured by the Spanish or by other Indians and were kept or sold as slaves. Descendants of these captives, known as "Genizaros," still struggle against their loss of tribal identity, while attempting to maintain their culture and : “Warriors: Navajo Code Talkers” Southwest Crossroads: Cultures and Histories of the American Southwest is a dynamic, interactive, on-line learning matrix of original texts, poems, fiction, maps, paintings, photographs, oral histories, and films that allows users of all ages to explore the many contentious stories that diverse peoples have used to make sense of themselves and the region.
Southwestern archaeology is a branch of archaeology concerned with the Southwestern United States and Northwestern Mexico. This region has long been occupied by hunter-gatherers and agricultural peoples.
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Winner of the Bancroft Prize, given by Columbia University In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, at the high tide of imperial struggles in North America, an indigenous empire rose to dominate the fiercely contested lands of the American Southwest, the southern Great Plains, and northern Mexico.
This powerful empire, built by the Comanche Indians, eclipsed its various European 4/5(5). Start studying Chapter 1 Quiz History Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Not only do Native Americans possess a large percentage of the Southwest’s total acreage, but much of the nation’s coal, oil.