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Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World review ↠ 3 As entertaining as it is thoughtfulFew contemporary writers have Weatherford's talent for making the deep sweep of history seem vital and immediate THE WASHINGTON POSTAfter 500 years the world's huge debt. A very fine treatment of Native American contributions in the realms of agriculture and pharmacology and of abuse of native cultures The other material is rather uneven and in the case of politics and economy is a reach reminds me of the old Soviet schtick about the Russians having invented everything The footnotes are sparing and the bibliography is awfully thin suggesting that Weatherford may be a little imaginative than scholarship would demand Murachs ASP.NET 4.6 Web Programming with C# 2015 realms of agriculture and pharmacology and of abuse of native cultures The other material is Room for More Cranberry Inn #2 rather uneven and in the case of politics and economy is a Ethan of Athos reach The Last Comanche Chief The Life and Times of uanah Parker reminds me of the old Soviet schtick about the Russians having invented everything The footnotes are sparing and the bibliography is awfully thin suggesting that Weatherford may be a little imaginative than scholarship would demand

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Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World review ↠ 3 To the wisdom of the Indians of the Americas has finally been explored in all its vivid drama by anthropologist Jack Weatherford He traces the crucial contributions made by the Indians to our federal sys. Indian GiversHow the Indians of the America Transformed the WorldBy Anthropologist Jack WeatherfordIronically the term Indian giver is a familiar term is in reference to a person that gives a gift and then takes it back However this old adage has nothing to do with the title of this bookA remarkable read A groundbreaking book that recovers the fascinating history of the Americas and the crucial contributions that the Indians of the Americas made on a global scale These include democratic institutions modern medicine agriculture architecture and ecology Interestingly the Indians of the America s were the first to harvest some sixty percent of foods eaten in the world today Imagine if you will Italian or Greek food without its tomatoes or the Irish without their potatoes Chilies chocolate corn beans suashes the list goes on Not to mention the wealth of gold and silver that was taken from the Americas by the Europeans My commentary below apart from the bookEven though much was given So much was taken Over 500 treaties were made with the Indians of the Americas and than 500 broken Flash forward to this twenty first century the fall of 2016 North Dakota Tribes of Native Americans from around the country gathering together protesting an oil pipeline that will run through the heart of the US crossing many waterways with the potential of damaging the largest auifer in the countryThe Native Americans are the heart of this country They view this land as sacred and are working to protect it There is no other planet This is it We all need to appreciate this sacredness before its too latePray for peace love and understanding Zee Huxleywwwzeehuxleycom Room for More Cranberry Inn #2 reference to a person that gives a gift and then takes it back However this old adage has nothing to do with the title of this bookA Ethan of Athos remarkable The Last Comanche Chief The Life and Times of uanah Parker read A groundbreaking book that Manic Pop Thrill recovers the fascinating history of the Americas and the crucial contributions that the Indians of the Americas made on a global scale These include democratic institutions modern medicine agriculture architecture and ecology Interestingly the Indians of the America s were the first to harvest some sixty percent of foods eaten in the world today Imagine if you will Italian or Greek food without its tomatoes or the Irish without their potatoes Chilies chocolate corn beans suashes the list goes on Not to mention the wealth of gold and silver that was taken from the Americas by the Europeans My commentary below apart from the bookEven though much was given So much was taken Over 500 treaties were made with the Indians of the Americas and than 500 broken Flash forward to this twenty first century the fall of 2016 North Dakota Tribes of Native Americans from around the country gathering together protesting an oil pipeline that will Essential Readings in Health Psychology run through the heart of the US crossing many waterways with the potential of damaging the largest auifer in the countryThe Native Americans are the heart of this country They view this land as sacred and are working to protect it There is no other planet This is it We all need to appreciate this sacredness before its too latePray for peace love and understanding Zee Huxleywwwzeehuxleycom

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Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World review ↠ 3 Tem of government our democratic institutions modern medicine agriculture architecture and ecology and in this astonishing ground breaking book takes a giant step toward recovering a true American history. For some reason this was not an easy read for me even though I found the subject matter very interestingThe numerous contributions native Americans have given to the world we live in is beyond impressive

  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World
  • Jack Weatherford
  • en
  • 19 February 2020
  • 9780307717153