Black Indians

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Simon and Schuster, 2012 - History - 208 pages
The role of black Indians, largely omitted from or distorted in conventional history books, is traced by Katz with careful and committed research. . . . he integrates their general history with brief individual biographies, including leaders, army scouts and soldiers, frontiersmen and explorers, (and) dangerous outlaws.--Booklist.

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This book is listed as grade 6 and up, but seems to be most appropriate for high school. It is organized by topics relating to the history of black Indians over a range of time, and does not stick to ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

William Loren Katz is the author of forty books, including such award-winning titles as "Breaking the Chains: African American Slave Resistance," "The Black West," and "Black Women of the Old West." He has lectured in Europe, Africa, and the United States; he has been a Scholar in Residence at Teachers College, Columbia University; and he has served as a consultant to the Smithsonian Institute and to school systems from California to Florida and England. He lives in New York City. Visit him at

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