The Encyclopedia of North American Indians - Vol. 3

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The Encyclopedia of North American Indians - Vol. 3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Cheyenne 293
  • Chichén Itzá 296
  • Chichimec 297
  • Chickasaw 298
  • Chief Eagle, Dallas (1925–1978) 301
  • Chief Joseph (C. 1840–1904) 302
  • Chief Seattle (1788–1866) 304
  • Child Welfare Act, Indian 305
  • Chinook 315
  • Chinook Jargon 316
  • Choctaw Literature, Contemporary 319
  • Cholos 322
  • Christian Colonists' Views of Natives 323
  • Churchill, Ward (1947-) 325
  • Civil Rights Act of 1968 326
  • Civilization Policy 328
  • Clark, Carter Blue (1946-) 330
  • Cliff Dwellings 331
  • Clothing 334
  • Cochise (C. 1815–1874) 336
  • Cochise Culture 338
  • Code Talkers, Navajo 339
  • Collier, John (1884–1968) 340
  • Colonialism 343
  • Colorado 346
  • Columbia River and Its Native Peoples 347
  • Columbian Exchange 349
  • Colville Confederated Tribes 352
  • Comanche 353
  • Conley, Robert J. (1940-) 356
  • Connecticut 357
  • Constitution, United States 359
  • Cook, James (1728–1779) 360
  • Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth (1930-) 362
  • Cooper, James Fenimore (1789–1851) 363
  • Copway, George (1818-C. 1863) 364
  • Cornplanter (1735–1836) 365
  • Coronado Expedition 366
  • Cortés, Hernán (1845–1547) 368
  • Costo, Rupert (1906–1989) 369
  • Coup Sticks, or Counting Coup 371
  • Courting Flute 372
  • Courts of Indian Offenses 373
  • Covenant Chain 374
  • Crabb, Barbara (1939–) 375
  • Cradleboards 376
  • Crazy Horse (1842–1877) 377
  • Crazy Horse Memorial 378
  • Crazy Snake 379
  • Creation Stories 381
  • Cree Indians and the James Bay II Project 382
  • Creek 384
  • Creek Literature, Contemporary 387
  • Creek War (1813–1814) 390
  • Crook, George (1829–1890) 391
  • Crow 392
  • Crow Dog (1835–1910) 395
  • Crow Dog, Leonard (1942–) 396
  • Crow Dog, Mary (1953–) 397
  • Cultural Oppression 398
  • Curtis, Edward S. (1868–1952) 411
  • D-Q University 414
  • Dancing Rabbit Creek, Treaty of 423
  • Dann Sisters 424
  • Dawes Commission 425
  • Debo, Angie (1890–1988) 426
  • Declaration of Independence, U.S 427
  • Deer, Ada B.(1935-) 428
  • Deganawidah 430
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