Indians of Texas: An Annotated Research Bibliography by Michael L. TateIndians of Texas: An Annotated Research Bibliography by Michael L. Tate

Indians of Texas: An Annotated Research Bibliography

byMichael L. TateContribution byJack W. Marken

Hardcover | May 30, 1995

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Until their final military defeat in the Red River War of 1874 and subsequent removal to western Oklahoma reservations, Indian peoples played a major role in all phases of southern Plains history, yet no systematic bibliographical tool has ever been compiled to identify the diverse published source materials about their cultures and histories. This bibliography, including 3,791 entries, not only lists the monographic and journal citations but also assesses the quality and reliability of most of these sources. Furthermore, it includes tribes ranging from the well-known Comanche, Kiowa, Caddo, and Wichita to the smaller, more obscure indigenous groups such as the Tonkawa, Karankawa, Jumano, Coahuiltecan, and Atakapa. The author also includes citations relevant to the Texas experiences of 'eastern removed tribes' such as the Cherokee, Alabama, Coushatta, Seminole, and Kickapoo.
Title:Indians of Texas: An Annotated Research BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:514 pages, 8.92 × 5.9 × 1.77 inPublished:May 30, 1995Publisher:Scarecrow Press

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ISBN - 10:0810818523

ISBN - 13:9780810818521

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Editorial Reviews

An excellent index.... Valuable and comprehensive.... Professor Tate is to be commended for this superb bibliography that will serve for generations as a primary reference for those interested in the Indians of Texas.-Joseph B. Herring, Great Plains Quarterly... An excellent starting point for research on the Indians of Texas and Oklahoma.-Gregory E. Smoak, South Dakota History