By Geoff Cunfer,Bill Waiser
Bison and other people at the North American nice Plains brings jointly voices from numerous disciplines to supply new insights at the courting among people and animals that approached extinction. The essays right here go beyond the border among the USA and Canada to supply a continental context. individuals contain historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, paleontologists, and local American perspectives.
This publication explores the deep prior and examines the most recent wisdom on bison anatomy and body structure, how bison replied to weather switch (especially drought), and early bison hunters and pre-contact exchange. It additionally makes a speciality of the period of eu touch, particularly the coming of the pony, and a few of the 1st identified situations of over-hunting. by way of the 19th century bison reached a “tipping aspect” due to new tanning practices, an early try at protecting laws, and ventures to introducing farm animals as an alternative inventory. The publication concludes with a Lakota point of view that includes new ethnohistorical research.
Bison and folks at the North American nice Plains is a tremendous contribution to environmental background, western background, and the growing to be box of transnational history.
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Bison and People on the North American Great Plains: A Deep Environmental History (Connecting the Greater West Series) by Geoff Cunfer,Bill Waiser