Plateau Indians (Native America) by Craig A. Doherty
By Craig A. Doherty
"Plateau Indians", from the recent 10-volume set "Native America", tells the historical past and tradition of the Plateau Indians. This booklet starts off with a short set creation that discusses the various extensive heritage and topics came upon in the course of the Plateau Indian tradition, in addition to explains the concept that of tradition parts to scholars. Narrative textual content of the chapters is interspersed with quite a few field gains that spotlight vital humans, occasions, and subject matters, in addition to sidebars. This publication additionally encompasses a timeline, an inventory of museums and websites on the topic of those tribes, extra interpreting, and an index.
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Some scientists blame a general warming trend. However, many believe that global warming is being increased by gases released into the atmosphere by vehicles, power plants, and other types of equipment that use gas and oil for fuels. Some predict that within approximately 25 years, most of the glaciers in the United States, excluding Alaska, will be gone. Glacier National Park, in northwestern Montana, is notable for its dense forests and lush valleys. The terrain of the park resembles the habitat of the first inhabitants of the Plateau Culture Area.
Marriage was an important point in the life of the young people of the Plateau. Arrangements for marriage varied somewhat from tribe to tribe. Among the people of most tribes, there were a variety of ways that a young man and woman agreed to get married. Some marriages were Traditional marriage ceremonies among people of the Plateau Culture Area consisted of numerous feasts and dances. A arranged by the parents of the Wishram bride wears a ceremonial wedding outfit including a intended couple; however, either beaded headdress, dentalium shell earrings, beaded necklace, one could refuse to marry.