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9780199387991 | Oxford Univ Pr, October 2, 2014, cover price $24.95

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9780190614454 | Reprint edition (Oxford Univ Pr, September 1, 2016), cover price $16.95

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First Peoples’ distinctive approach continues to make it the bestselling and most highly acclaimed text for the American Indian history survey. Respected scholar Colin G. Calloway provides a solid foundation grounded in timely scholarship and a narrative that brings a largely untold history to students. The signature “docutext” format of First Peoples strikes the ideal balance, combining in every chapter a compelling narrative and rich written and visual documents from Native and non-Native voices alike. An expansion by two full chapters presents a more diverse and nuanced picture of the history of Native peoples in America. Read the preface.

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9780312653620 | 4th edition (Bedford/st Martins, August 23, 2011), cover price $96.60
9780312385613 | 3 pck edition (Bedford/st Martins, November 14, 2007), cover price $92.95
9780312453732 | 3 edition (Bedford/st Martins, October 31, 2007), cover price $73.85
9780312398897 | 2 edition (Bedford/st Martins, June 26, 2003), cover price $61.10
9789990057652 | 2 edition (Bedford/st Martins, June 1, 2003), cover price $0.02
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9780199917303 | Oxford Univ Pr on Demand, May 17, 2013, cover price $36.95

Paperback:

9780190206512 | Oxford Univ Pr, October 1, 2014, cover price $26.95

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"Calloway employs lucid prose and captivating examples to remind us that neither Indians nor Colonists were a monolithic group... The result is a more nuanced appreciation for the complexity of cultural relationships in Colonial America... He surveys this complex story with imagination and insight and provides an essential starting point for all those interested in the interaction of Europeans and Indians in early American life." -- David R. Shi, Christian Science MonitorAlthough many Americans consider the establishment of the colonies as the birth of this country, in fact Early America already existed long before the arrival of the Europeans. From coast to coast, Native Americans had created enduring cultures, and the subsequent European invasion remade much of the existing land and culture. In New Worlds for All, Colin Calloway explores the unique and vibrant new cultures that Indians and Europeans forged together in early America. The journey toward this hybrid society kept Europeans' and Indians' lives tightly entwined: living, working, worshiping, traveling, and trading together--as well as fearing, avoiding, despising, and killing one another. In the West, settlers lived in Indian towns, eating Indian food. In Mohawk Valley, New York, Europeans tattooed their faces; Indians drank tea. And, a unique American identity emerged. "I cannot think of another work that sets out to accomplish what Colin Calloway has achieved. New Worlds for All stands poised to become the most successful synthesis of North American ethnohistory from contact to the early national period." -- Gregory E. Dowd, University of Notre Dame"Colin Calloway's grand synthesis of the experience of Indians and other Americans before 1800 is exceptional in its breadth of vision. Taking as his canvas the entire North American continent--examining everything from war and disease to trade and sex, from clothes and houses to foods and cures--he nonetheless never loses sight of the individual, human story, the vivid encounter or striking incident that brings the past to life." -- James H. Merrell, Vassar College

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9780801854484 | Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, February 1, 1997, cover price $38.00 | About this edition: "Calloway employs lucid prose and captivating examples to remind us that neither Indians nor Colonists were a monolithic group.

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9781421410319 | 2 edition (Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, September 3, 2013), cover price $24.95
9780801859595 | Reprint edition (Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, February 18, 1998), cover price $25.00
9780801854491 | Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, January 1, 1997, cover price $10.01

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The largest known collection of ledger art ever acquired by one individual is Mark Lansburgh’s diverse assemblage of more than 140 drawings, now held by the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College and catalogued in this important book. The Cheyennes, Crows, Kiowas, Lakotas, and other Plains peoples created the genre known as ledger art in the mid-nineteenth century. Before that time, these Indians had chronicled the heroic achievements of their warriors and chiefs on rock, buffalo robes, and tipi covers. As they came into increasing contact with American traders, the artists recorded their experiences in pencil and crayon drawings on paper bound in ledger or account books. The drawings became known as ledger art.This volume presents in full color the Lansburgh collection in its entirety. The drawings are narratives depicting Plains lifeways through Plains eyes. They include landscapes and scenes of battle, hunting, courting, ceremony, incarceration, and travel by foot, horse, train, and boat. Ledger art also served to prompt memories of horse raids and heroic exploits in battle.In addition to showcasing the Lansburgh collection, Ledger Narratives augments the growing literature on this art form by providing seven new essays that suggest some of the many stories the drawings contain and that look at them from innovative perspectives. The authors—scholars of art history, anthropology, history, and Native American studies—touch on such themes as gender, social status, sovereignty, tribal and intertribal politics, economic exchange, and confinement and space in a changing world.The Lansburgh collection includes some of the most arresting examples of Plains Indian art, and the essays in this volume help us see and hear the multiple narratives these drawings relate.
By Colin G. Calloway (editor)

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9780806142975 | Univ of Oklahoma Pr, November 20, 2012, cover price $49.95 | About this edition: The largest known collection of ledger art ever acquired by one individual is Mark Lansburgh’s diverse assemblage of more than 140 drawings, now held by the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College and catalogued in this important book.

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9780806142982 | Univ of Oklahoma Pr, November 20, 2012, cover price $29.95

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Product Description: Dartmouth College is in the unique position of having a magnificent large fresco by the Mexican muralist José Clemente Orozco (1883–1949) adorning the campus library. Completed by the artist in 1934 and titled The Epic of American Civilization, this work was promptly condemned by many alumni as being too critical of the college and academia...read more
By Colin G. Calloway (contributor), Mary Coffey (contributor), Rayna Green (contributor), Brian Kennedy (editor) and Robert McGrath (contributor)

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9781611680294 | Hood Museum of Art, October 11, 2011, cover price $39.95 | About this edition: Dartmouth College is in the unique position of having a magnificent large fresco by the Mexican muralist José Clemente Orozco (1883–1949) adorning the campus library.

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9780312602505 | Pck edition (Bedford/st Martins, August 27, 2010), cover price $61.35

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Product Description: Dartmouth College began life as an Indian school, a pretense that has since been abandoned. Still, the institution has a unique, if complicated, relationship with Native Americans and their history. Beginning with Samson Occom’s role as the first “development officer” of the college, Colin G...read more

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9781584658443 | Dartmouth College, May 11, 2010, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: Dartmouth College began life as an Indian school, a pretense that has since been abandoned.

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An account of early American settler efforts to claim Shawnee territories in Ohio, Kentucky, and other states traces how the Shawnee tribe met American forces on equal terms before being forced to fight in order to salvage its cultural and political independence.

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9780670038626 | Viking Pr, July 5, 2007, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: An account of early American settler efforts to claim Shawnee territories in Ohio, Kentucky, and other states traces how the Shawnee tribe met American forces on equal terms before being forced to fight in order to salvage its cultural and political independence.

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9780143113911 | Reprint edition (Penguin USA, June 24, 2008), cover price $15.00

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Examines how the Treaty of Paris of 1763 created unexpected consequences, including confusion among settlers about new boundaries, the weakening of Britain's hold on its American colonies, and growing conflicts between settlers and Indian tribes. Reprint.

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9780195331271 | Reprint edition (Oxford Univ Pr, September 24, 2007), cover price $15.95 | About this edition: Examines how the Treaty of Paris of 1763 created unexpected consequences, including confusion among settlers about new boundaries, the weakening of Britain's hold on its American colonies, and growing conflicts between settlers and Indian tribes.

CD/Spoken Word:

9781400102334 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, April 30, 2006), cover price $29.99
9781400152339 | Mp3 una edition (Tantor Media Inc, April 30, 2006), cover price $19.99

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