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Despite evidence of warfare and violent conflict in pre-Columbian North America, scholars argue that the scale and scope of Native American violence is exagerated. They contend that scholarly misrepresentation has denigrated indigenous peoples when in fact they lived together in peace and harmony. In rebutting that contention, this groundbreaking book presents clear evidencefrom multiple academic disciplines that indigenous populations engaged in warfare and ritual violence long before European contact. In ten well-documented and thoroughly researched chapters, fourteen leading scholars dispassionately describe sources and consequences of Amerindian warfare and violence, including ritual violence. Originally presented at an American Anthropological Association symposium, their findings construct a convincing case that bloodshed and killing have been woven into the fabric of indigenous life in North America for many centuries. The editors argue that a failure to acknowledge the roles of warfare and violence in the lives of indigenous North Americans is itself a vestige of colonial repression depriving native warriors of their history of armed resistance. These essays document specific acts of Native American violence across the North American continent. Including contributions from anthropologists, archaeologists, historians, and ethnographers, they argue not only that violence existed but also that it was an important and frequently celebrated component of Amerindian life. CONTENTS Acknowledgments Introduction Richard J. Chacon and Ruben G. Mendoza 1.  Traditional Native Warfare in Western Alaska Ernest S. Burch Jr. 2.  Barbarism and Ardour of War from the Tenderest Years?: Cree-Inuit Warfare in the Hudson Bay Region Charles A. Bishop and Victor P. Lytwyn 3.  Aboriginal Warfare on the Northwest Coast: Did the Potlatch Replace Warfare? Joan A. Lovisek 4.  Ethnohistoric Descriptions of Chumash Warfare John R. Johnson 5.  Documenting Conflict in the Prehistoric Pueblo Southwest Polly Schaafsma 6.  Cahokia and the Evidence for Late Pre-Columbian War in the North American Midcontinent Thomas E. Emerson 7.  Iroquois-Huron Warfare Dean R. Snow 8.  Desecrating the Sacred Ancestor Temples: Chiefly Conflict and Violence in the American Southeast David H. Dye and Adam King 9.  Warfare, Population, and Food Production in Prehistoric Eastern North America George R. Milner 10.  The Osteological Evidence for Indigenous Warfare in North America Patricia M. Lambert 11.  Ethical Considerations and Conclusions Regarding Indigenous Warfare and Violence in North America Richard J. Chacon and Ruben G. Mendoza References About the Contributors Index

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Descrizione libro University of Arizona Press. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Hardcover. 294 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 6.4in. x 1.0in.Despite evidence of warfare and violent conflict in pre-Columbian North America, scholars argue that the scale and scope of Native American violence is exagerated. They contend that scholarly misrepresentation has denigrated indigenous peoples when in fact they lived together in peace and harmony. In rebutting that contention, this groundbreaking book presents clear evidence and 8212;from multiple academic disciplines and 8212;that indigenous populations engaged in warfare and ritual violence long before European contact. In ten well-documented and thoroughly researched chapters, fourteen leading scholars dispassionately describe sources and consequences of Amerindian warfare and violence, including ritual violence. Originally presented at an American Anthropological Association symposium, their findings construct a convincing case that bloodshed and killing have been woven into the fabric of indigenous life in North America for many centuries. The editors argue that a failure to acknowledge the roles of warfare and violence in the lives of indigenous North Americans is itself a vestige of colonial repression and 8212;depriving native warriors of their history of armed resistance. These essays document specific acts of Native American violence across the North American continent. Including contributions from anthropologists, archaeologists, historians, and ethnographers, they argue not only that violence existed but also that it was an important and frequently celebrated component of Amerindian life. CONTENTS Acknowledgments Introduction Richard J. Chacon and Rub and 233;n G. Mendoza 1. and 160; and 160;Traditional Native Warfare in Western Alaska Ernest S. Burch Jr. 2. and 160; and 160;Barbarism and Ardour of War from the Tenderest Years and 8221;: Cree-Inuit Warfare in the Hudson Bay Region Charles A. Bishop and Victor P. Lytwyn 3. and 160; and 160;Aboriginal Warfare on the Northwest Coast: Did the Potlatch Replace Warfare Joan A. Lovisek 4. and 160; and 160;Ethnohistoric Descriptions of Chumash Warfare John R. Johnson 5. and 160; and 160;Documenting Conflict in the Prehistoric Pueblo Southwest Polly Schaafsma 6. and 160; and 160;Cahokia and the Evidence for Late Pre-Columbian War in the North American Midcontinent Thomas E. Emerson 7. and 160; and 160;Iroquois-Huron Warfare Dean R. Snow 8. and 160; and 160;Desecrating the Sacred Ancestor Temples: Chiefly Conflict and Violence in the American Southeast David H. Dye and Adam King 9. and 160; and 160;Warfare, Population, and Food Production in Prehistoric Eastern North America George R. Milner 10. and 160; and 160;The Osteological Evidence for Indigenous Warfare in North America Patricia M. Lambert 11. and 160; and 160;Ethical Considerations and Conclusions Regarding Indigenous Warfare and Violence in North America Richard J. Chacon and Rub and 233;n G. Mendoza References About the Contributors Index This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Codice libro della libreria 9780816525324

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