American Discovery of Europe, The, paper ed

$54.00

The American Discovery of Europe is the newly released book by Jack Forbes, professor emeritus of Native American studies and anthropology at the University of California, Davis. Forbes challenges the conventional wisdom of historians and anthropologists by compiling evidence that First Nations and Inuit actually visited Europe prior to Columbus and the so-called discovery of the Americas in 1492. Drawing on maritime trade and exploration conducted by Indigenous People of the Americas, Forbes details activities of the sea-going cultures dating back to 7000 years ago.

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Columbus and Other Cannibals: The Wetiko Disease of Exploitation, Imperialism, and Terrorism, OUT OF PRINT

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Columbus and Other Cannibals: The Wetiko Disease of Exploitation, Imperialism, and Terrorism was originally published in 1979 by activist and scholar Jack Forbes. The time was the height of the anti-civilization movement. The revised reissue is a timely response to the themes of exploitation, imperialism and terrorism that remain active in the world. The author draws on Cree understanding of the Wetiko, the disease of cannibalism, and compares the concept to European cultural traditions that devastated the Americas.

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American Discovery of Europe, The, hardcover edition

$110.00

The American Discovery of Europe is the newly released book by Jack Forbes, professor emeritus of Native American studies and anthropology at the University of California, Davis. Forbes challenges the conventional wisdom of historians and anthropologists by compiling evidence that First Nations and Inuit actually visited Europe prior to Columbus and the so-called discovery of the Americas in 1492. Drawing on maritime trade and exploration conducted by Indigenous People of the Americas, Forbes details activities of the sea-going cultures dating back to 7000 years ago.

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Only Approved Indians: Stories, paper ed

$37.45

In these short stories, Jack D. Forbes captures the remarkable breadth and variety of American Indian life. Drawing on his skills as scholar and Native American activist, and, above all, as artist, Forbes enlarges our sense of how American Indians experience themselves and the world around them. Though all the main characters are of Indigenous descent, each is a unique combination of tribal origin, social status, age, and life-style-from Native Elder and college professor to lesbian barmaid and Chicano adolescent. Nevertheless the U.S.

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Red Blood OUT OF PRINT

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Red Blood is the first novel by Jack Forbes, the Powhatan/Renape/Delaware/Lenape author, scholar and activist. Forbes draws from his Delaware ancestry to create contemporary characters set in the U.S. during the turbulent era of social change. Jesse Rainwater is a young Delaware man who travels throughout North America and Mexico. During his travels he encounters a variety of people and thereby gains insight into his own values, relationships, spirituality and heritage. Forbes began writing the novel in 1979 that is based on a lifetime of experience and research.

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