Native Americans and the United States
As the world inches closer and closer to becoming a truly global society, it becomes all the more important that each and every citizen understand the historical underpinnings of the world's most infamous regional disputes. This series explains the roots of such disputes by examining the history of the regions involved, and by presenting the major issues involved from each party's perspective. Each book encourages students to put themselves in the shoes of both parties, and probing questions challenge students to propose real-life solutions for settling these divisive situations. Examines the history of the Native Americans' struggle to maintain sovereignty over land they inhabited for hundreds of years in the face of newly-arrived settlers.
- Hardback | 112 pages
- 167.1 x 244.3 x 13mm | 426.38g
- 15 May 2002
- Chelsea House Publishers
- Broomall, United States