By Samuel M. Wilson, J. Daniel Rogers (auth.), J. Daniel Rogers, Samuel M. Wilson (eds.)
Incorporating either archaeological and ethnohistorical facts, this quantity reexamines the function performed through local peoples in structuring interplay with Europeans. The extra entire historic photograph offered may be of curiosity to students and scholars of archaeology, anthropology, and history.
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