Todd Publications has announced the release of the 16th edition of its respected Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian.
The Reference Encyclopedia was nominated for the Anisfield Wolfe Award for Race Relations in 1968 and is considered the main source for information on present-day Native Americans. Content: Lists and describes the activities of thousands of American Indian organizations, institutions, government agencies, tribal nations and communities, public schools with Indian education programs, colleges with Native American studies departments; museums, libraries, media, casinos & resorts, book publishers, film/video producers; a 250 page bibliography of over 6,500 books; and a 350 page biographical section containing biographies of more than 2,000 Native Americans and non-Indians active in Indian affairs. Also includes a Canadian section with First Nations, organizations, etc.
Key information: 972 pages ISBN 978-0-915344-710. Price: Contact publisher, Todd Publications, P.O. Box 1752, Boca Raton, FL 33429, (561) 910-0440 Fax 218-4012; E-mail: email@example.com.
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