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Native American Indians, 1645‐1819

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Native American Indians, 1645‐1819, a Readex database, describes itself as “every major book printed in North America about native peoples.” This resource contains more than 1,600 publications addressing the relationship between American Indians and European settlers. Its focus is on the British American colonies (after 1644) and roughly the first 40 years of the American republic (circa 1775‐1819), so it is not a comprehensive overview of the interactions between American Indians and Europeans in the U.S. Therefore, the above claim that this database contains “every major book printed” on this relationship is misleading. Nevertheless, it is an impressive collection of materials. The documents contain information (much of it primary sources) on 35 American Indian nations and other groupings. The database is not difficult to navigate. Unfortunately, no specific pricing is available. The licensing agreement for this database is long, overly complex, and often repetitive, but isn't especially unusual in its composition. Therefore, it presents only moderate reason for concern.

Publication date: July 1, 2022

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