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American Indian History - 09 edition

American Indian History (ISBN10: 1405159081; ISBN13: 9781405159081)
ISBN13: 978-1405159081
ISBN10: 1405159081

Summary: American Indian History, whichcovers the fifteenth century through the present day, illuminates the richness of American Indian historical traditions. Townsend devotes nearly a third of the volume to the ancient world through the eighteenth century and then moves on to extensive coverage of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Edition/Copyright: 09
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Published: 04/28/2009
International: No



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