2 edition of Encyclopedia of Minnesota Indians found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of Minnesota Indians
March 1999 by Somerset Pubs .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Encyclopedia of Minnesota Indians: tribes, nations and people of the Woodlands areas. [Gail Hamlin-Wilson; Donald B Ricky; Nancy K Capace; Somerset Publishers.;] -- Vol.
1 has pictorial section which includes portraits of Native Americans from all areas of the United States and illustrations of Native American daily life.
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It is useful for finding information on all aspects of the history and culture of Native American tribes in Minnesota. Researchers will find the maps of the Minnesota reservations, contact information for all the tribes in Minnesota, and the extensive bibliography particularly useful.
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Encyclopedia of American Indian Wars notes the inevitability of conflict between western and native cultures given the great disparity in values and customs, especially with 5/5(2). These are a few of the many books about Ojibwe/Chippewa Indians in the MNHS Library.
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