Blood and Land: The Story of Native North AmericaAuthor: J. C. H. KingPublisher: Penguin Books LtdCategory: History Of The Americas, Social & Cultural History, Colonialism & Imperialism, Indigenous PeoplesBook Format: Paperback
Blood and Land is a personal view of the success and achievements of Native North America, and of today's challenges. It is about why Native Americans, First Nations and Arctic peoples matter today and why no understanding of the wider world is possible without comprehending the United States and Canada through their original inhabitants.
About J. C. H. KingJ.C.H. King is currently the von Hugel Fellow at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge. He worked at the British Museum for nearly forty years. Latterly he was the Keeper of Anthropology in what is now the Department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas. He has travelled extensively in North America, from the California Missions to Nunavut, and the Everglades to Point Barrow, working with many different Native people to understand cultures and to explain difficult histories for a general public.
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