Early Encounters in North America: Peoples, Cultures, and the Environment

Early Encounters in North America is a collection of primary texts that provide evidence of encounters between Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans in the New World. The texts focus on illustrating how humans interacted with each other and the environment. The texts were gathered from over 1,000 published and unpublished sources including online resources and microform. The full text of all of the sources is available. The sources date from the sixteenth century through up to the Civil War era. (Updated irregularly)

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Time-span

1500s-1860

Subscription Type

SUBSCRIPTION

Publisher

Alexander Street

Languages

English

Resource Types

E-Books and E-Texts

Online Availability

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