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The red Atlantic: American indigenes and the making of the modern world, 1000-1927

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From the earliest moments of European contact, Native Americans have played a pivotal role in the Atlantic experience, yet they often have been relegated to the margins of the region's historical record. The Red Atlantic, Jace Weaver's sweeping and highly readable survey of history and literature, synthesizes scholarship to place indigenous people of the Americas at the center of our understanding of the Atlantic world. Weaver illuminates their willing and unwilling travels through the region, revealing how they changed the course of world history.Indigenous Americans, Weaver shows, crossed the Atlantic as royal dignitaries, diplomats, slaves, laborers, soldiers, performers, and tourists. And they carried resources and knowledge that shaped world civilization--from chocolate, tobacco, and potatoes to terrace farming and suspension bridges. Weaver makes clear that indigenous travelers were cosmopolitan agents of international change whose engagement with other societies gave them the tools to advocate for their own sovereignty even as it was challenged by colonialism.
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subject_facetAmerican literature -- Indian authors
Atlantic States -- Discovery and exploration
Discoveries in geography
Electronic books
Entwicklung
Ethnic & Race Studies
Gender & Ethnic Studies
HISTORY -- United States -- State & Local -- General
History
Indians in literature
Indians of North America
Indians of North America -- Atlantic States -- History
Indians of North America -- Atlantic States -- Social life and customs
Indians of North America -- First contact with Europeans
Indians of North America -- First contact with Europeans -- Atlantic States
Indians of North America -- First contact with other peoples
Indians of North America -- First contact with other peoples -- Atlantic States
Indians of North America -- Social life and customs
Indigenes Volk
Moderne
Nordamerika
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Ethnic Studies -- Native American Studies
Social Sciences
United States -- Atlantic States
title_displayThe red Atlantic : American indigenes and the making of the modern world, 1000-1927
title_fullThe red Atlantic : American indigenes and the making of the modern world, 1000-1927 / Jace Weaver
The red Atlantic : American indigenes and the making of the modern world, 1000-1927 [electronic resource] / Jace Weaver
title_shortThe red Atlantic
title_subAmerican indigenes and the making of the modern world, 1000-1927
topic_facetAmerican literature
Discoveries in geography
Discovery and exploration
Electronic books
Entwicklung
Ethnic & Race Studies
Ethnic Studies
First contact with Europeans
First contact with other peoples
Gender & Ethnic Studies
General
HISTORY
History
Indian authors
Indians in literature
Indians of North America
Indigenes Volk
Moderne
Native American Studies
SOCIAL SCIENCE
Social Sciences
Social life and customs
State & Local