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by Christian F. Feest

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Author:
Christian F. Feest
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978-0803268975
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0803268971
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University of Nebraska Press (March 1, 1999)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes bibliographical references and index. This comprehensive, interdisciplinary collection of essays offers the first in-depth, extended look at the complicated, changing relationship between European and Native peoples. The contributors explore three aspects of this relationship: Why and how did the cultures and histories of Europeans enable Native peoples to become absorbed into the reality of the Old World? What happened in actual encounters between American Indian visitors and their European hosts?

His books include Peoples of the Twilight: European Views on Native Minnesota, 1823?1862. Библиографические данные. Indians and Europe: An Interdisciplinary Collection of Essays.

North American Indians have fired the imaginations of Europeans for the past five hundred years. The Native populations of North America have served a variety of European cultural and emotional needs.

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This comprehensive, interdisciplinary collection of essays offers the first in-depth, extended look at the complicated, changing relationship between European and Native peoples

This comprehensive, interdisciplinary collection of essays offers the first in-depth, extended look at the complicated, changing relationship between European and Native peoples. The contributors explore three aspects of this relationship: Why and how did the cultures and histories of Europeans enable Native peoples to become absorbed into the reality of the Old World? What happened in actual encounters between American Indian visitors and their European hosts? How did continued and increased interaction between Indians and Europeans affect established imagery and preconceptions on both sides?

An interdisciplinary Collection of Essays.

An interdisciplinary Collection of Essays. Some 18th Century Specimens from Eastern North America in Collections in the German Democratic Republic. This paper discusses six unique or rare objects from northeastern North America preserved in collections in the (former) German Democratic Republic: a painted tobacco pouch with double panels of quilled fringe, a twined basket with false embroidery in moosehair, two quilled knifecases, a Creek soapstone tobacco pipe, and a Shawnee bison horn spoon.

Journal of American Studies. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Total number of HTML views: 0. Total number of PDF views: 0 .

Items related to Indians and Europe: An Interdisciplinary Collection. Home Indians and Europe: An Interdisciplinary Collection of Essays. His books include Peoples of the Twilight: European Views on Native Minnesota, 1823–1862.

North American Indians have fired the imaginations of Europeans for the past five hundred years. The Native populations of North America have served a variety of European cultural and emotional needs, ranging from noble savage role models for Old World civilization to a more sympathetic portrayal as subjugated victims of American imperialism. This comprehensive, interdisciplinary collection of essays offers the first in-depth, extended look at the complicated, changing relationship between European and Native peoples. The contributors explore three aspects of this relationship: Why and how did the cultures and histories of Europeans enable Native peoples to become absorbed into the reality of the Old World? What happened in actual encounters between American Indian visitors and their European hosts? How did continued and increased interaction between Indians and Europeans affect established imagery and preconceptions on both sides?