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Author Kicza, John E., 1947- author.

Title Resilient cultures : America's Native peoples confront European colonization, 1500-1800 / John E. Kicza, Rebecca Horn
Edition Second edition
Published London : Routledge, 2016
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Contents The Native Societies of the Americas Before Contact -- The Conquests and Initial Establishment of Colonies in Latin America -- Colonial Spanish America and Its Impact on the Sedentary Imperial Societies -- Spanish and Portuguese Interactions with Semisedentary and Nonsedentary Peoples -- Native Responses to Settlement in the East and Southwest in North America -- The British and the Indians of Eastern North America -- Spanish and Portuguese Interactions with Tribal Peoples -- Enduring Connections between the New World and the Old -- By Way of Conclusion: Enduring Patterns in the Americas
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 2, 2016)
Subject Government, Resistance to -- America
Indians -- Cultural assimilation
Indians -- Government relations.
Civilization -- Indian influences.
Colonization.
Government, Resistance to.
HISTORY -- World.
Indians -- Cultural assimilation.
Indians -- Government relations.
Europe -- Colonies -- America
Latin America -- Civilization -- Indian influences.
Latin America -- Colonization
North America -- Civilization -- Indian influences.
North America -- Colonization
America.
Latin America.
North America.
Form Electronic book
Author Horn, Rebecca, 1954- author.
ISBN 1315509881
9781315509884