The Indians of the Southwest: A Century of Development Under the United States. Edward Everett Dale.

The Indians of the Southwest: A Century of Development Under the United States

Norman, Okla. University of Oklahoma Press, 1988. Paperback. xviii, 283 p.: 1 double-page map, 5 full-page maps, 32 unpaginated pages of illustrations; 23 cm. Paperback with color illustrated front cover. New preface, third printing. No date of publication; year is based on library records. Volume 28 in The Civilization of the American Indian Series. "With the signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848 the United States became responsible for the administration of some 125,000 Indians in addition to those already within the national boundaries. The new tribes included many peoples known only to traders and trappers who had ventured into the trackless stretches of the West. This book considers the hundred-year record of federal relations with these Indians" [from the back cover]. ISBN 0-8061-1314-6. Book is in Near Fine Condition: small upper corner crease of front cover and early pages; clean and tight. Near Fine. Item #001368
ISBN: 0806113146

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