The Encyclopedia of North American Indians - Vol. 2

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Beadwork and Bead Workers 149
  • Bear's Heart, James (1851–1882) 151
  • Beaver Wars 152
  • Beavers 153
  • Bedford, Denton R.,(1907–) 154
  • Bell, Betty Louise (1907–) 155
  • Bender, Charles Albert (1883–1954) 157
  • Benson, Diane 159
  • Berdache 161
  • Beringia 162
  • Big Elk (C. 1765–1853) 164
  • Big House Church 166
  • Big Snake (D. 1879) 167
  • Bird, Gloria (1907–) 168
  • Black Elk (1863–1950) 169
  • Black Hawk (1767–1838) 171
  • Black Hills 172
  • Black Kettle (1803–1868) 178
  • Blackfeet 179
  • Blaeser, Kimberly M. (1907–) 181
  • Blue Lake 182
  • Boldt, George Hugo (1903–) 186
  • Boone, Daniel (1734–1820) 188
  • Bosque Redondo 189
  • Boudinot, Elias (C. 1803–1839) 191
  • Bozeman Trail and the Battle of a Hundred Slain 192
  • Brant, Beth (1941–) 194
  • Brant, Joseph (1742–1807) 195
  • Brendale V. Confederated Tribes and Band of Yakima 196
  • Bresette, Walter (C. 1948–) 197
  • British Columbia 198
  • British Columbia Association of Non-Status Indians 199
  • Brown, Dee Alexander (1908–) 201
  • Browne, Vee(1956–) 202
  • Buffalo 204
  • Buffalo Bill Cody (1846–1917) 206
  • Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show 207
  • Bureau of American Ethnology 208
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs 210
  • Bureau of Land Management 212
  • Bush, Barney Furman (1944–) 213
  • Bushotter, George (1864–1892) 215
  • Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar Núñez (1490–1557?) 216
  • Cabot, John (C. 1450-C. 1499) and Sebastian (1476?-1557) 217
  • Cacique 219
  • Cahokia 221
  • California 223
  • California Indians 226
  • California Missions 231
  • Calumet Pipe and Dance 233
  • Camp Verde Reservation 234
  • Campbell, Ben Nighthorse (1933–) 235
  • Canada, Native-Non-Native Relations in 236
  • Canassatego (C. 1690–1750) 242
  • Canoes 243
  • Canonicus (C. 1560–1647) 246
  • Captain Jack (Kintpuash) (C. 1840–1873) 249
  • Caribbean, Indigenous Cultures of 250
  • Carleton, James Henry (1814–1873) 255
  • Carson, Kit (1809–1868) 257
  • Catholic Church in the Spanish Empire 260
  • Central America, Indigenous Peoples of 263
  • Central and South Andean Culture Areas 267
  • Ceremonies, Exploitation of 269
  • Chaco Canyon 270
  • Cherokee 272
  • Cherokee Alphabet 279
  • Cherokee Harmony Ethic 280
  • Cherokee Phoenix 287
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