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Warriors of the World: The Native American Warrior
1500 CE - 1890 CE
Thomas Dunne Books, July 2010
ISBN: 978-0-312-59689-7, ISBN10: 0-312-59689-8,
9 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches, 224 pages, Includes color and black-and-white illustrations throughout,
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United States: Colonial to 1860
Native American Studies
Native American Studies - All Titles
Working from entirely different traditions of combat and honor, the Native Americans' typical ambush and raiding tactics, based on indigenous hunting techniques, have often been misunderstood by European observers used to a more direct style of warfare.
Warriors of the World: The Native American Warrior 1500-1890 CE
explores the history of Native american combat from 1500 to the late nineteenth century, encompassing the period in which North America was colonized and transformed into the United States and Canada.
The Native American Warrior
covers many different aspects of Native American warfare, including the fundamental changes brought about by the introduction of the horse and firearms, the use of mounted hit-and-run tactics by the plains-dwelling Sioux, the construction of war lodges by thethe raiders, and the widespread use of camouflage and stealth tactics by tribes such as teh Cherokee.
Highly illustrated with more than 200 photographs, line drawings, and maps,
Warriors of teh World; The Native American Warrior 1500-1890 CE
is an accessible introduction to Native American warfare.
About the Author(s)
is a writer and editor based in South Wales, UK. He has produced over twenty-five books on military history, martial arts, survival, and other topics, and has written extensively on firearms, his titles include:
Weapons of War: AK47, 20th Century Small Arms, Combat Techniques, Living Off The Land,
The Illustrated History Of The Vietnam War.
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