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American Indian History

American Indian History is an authoritative reference database that provides in-depth coverage of more than 5,000 years of culture, legends, and leaders. More than 500 Native American groups are covered in entries that include primary source documents, biographies, maps, images, and timelines. The content is also searchable by tribe and culture area.

 

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