Did you know Tribal lands hold some of the healthiest wild areas in North America? Or that, by the end of the Second Seminole War, only a few hundred members of the Tribe remained? What about the use of political cartoons by Hopi and Diné that helped to expose federal harms against these populations on an international level? Celebrate American Indian Heritage Month by learning more about the long, rich, complex histories of North America's Native peoples with books from Hopkins Press, including Comics and Conquest and Wildlife Stewardship on Tribal Lands.
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