Baker & Taylor Maps trace human migration in America, including pre-Columbian Native Americans, European immigrants, slavery, and population movements after World War II
Book News An attractive presentation combining maps, photos, and extensive text, along with sidebars featuring statistics, chronologies, and supplementary narrative. The contents begin with an overview of America and migration, followed by discussion of migration in pre-Columbian time; in the Spanish borderlands, New France, and Russian Alaska; in New Netherland and the British colonies. Subsequent chapters cover 1783-1845, the slave trade, Native American migration, Manifest Destiny, the urban frontier, and the suburban frontier (since 1945). Suitable for high school and above. 9.25x12.25" Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.