The Red Man's Continent: A Chronicle of Aboriginal America

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INDEX
Adirondack Mountains, 64
Africa, migration from, 4; position on earth, 37; backwardness of indigenous life in, 39
Agriculture, cotton production, 70; in tropical forests, 104- 106; advantages of desert for, 116-17; influence on civilization, 124-25; in California, 140-42; of Hopi Indians, 147- 148, 149-50; difficulties on the plains, 151-52; Catawba, 161; Muskhogean, 161; Iroquois, 163-67
Alabama, "cotton belt" in, 70
Alaska, probable migrations by way of, 15-21; climate, 18; effect of climate on white men, 18-20; probable effect on Indians, 20-21
Aleutian Islands supposed route of red men, 15-16, 17-18
Alleghany plateau, 64-60
Altoona, escarpment at, 64, 67
Amazon River, 22, 49
America, migrations to, 2-4; inverse resemblances to Old World, 40et seq.; see also Cordillera, North America, South America
Andes Mountains, 41-42
Animal life, of Asia, 12-13; in northern forests, 92, 128; musk-ox. 106-07; no draft animals, 152; buffalo, 153- 154
Annapolis, tests of mentality at, 10
Antarctica, 37, 42
Appalachian highland, 3; one of physical divisions of North America, 51; character and extent, 59-60; eastern crystalline band, 60-62; second band, valley, 69-64; third band, Alleghany plateau, 64-66; routes over, 67
Archæan V, 51
Archeology, indications of preglacial man, 11-12; ruins of Arizona and New Mexico, 168
Arctic Ocean, position on earth, 37; drainage into, 42.
Arizona, plateaus of, 76; Painted Desert, 97; desert, 113-14; climate, 148-50; ruins in, 168
Asia, migrations from, 4, 12-14; man's original home, 11-12; climatic variation in, 13; position on earth, 37; cordillera in, 41
Athabasca, Lake, 54
Athapascan Indians, 118, 127- 129
Atlantic coast, resemblances between that of America and Old World, 45-47
Atlantic coastal plain, 68-70
Atlantic Ocean, position on earth, 37; drainage into, 42
Australia, position on earth, 37; backwardness of indigenous life in, 39-40
Aztecs, 119, 169

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Chapter 1 - The Approaches to America 1
  • Chapter II - The Form of the Continent 36
  • Chapter III - The Geographic Provinces of North America 51
  • Chapter IV - The Garment of Vegetation 88
  • Chapter V - The Red Man in America 118
  • Bibliographical Note 173
  • Index 177
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