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1. Editor’s Statement–Neil L. Whitehead
2. Naming Patterns in Black Seminole Ethnogenesis–Rebecca B. Bateman
3. The Chief Is Dead, Long Live . . . Who? Descent and Succession in the
Protohistoric Chiefdoms of the Greater Antilles–L. Antonio Curet
4. The Spanish Attempt to Tribalize the Darién,1735-50–Ignacio Gallup-Diaz
5. The Sambo and Tawira Miskitu: The Colonial Origins and Geography of
Intra-Miskitu Differentiation in Eastern Nicaragua and Honduras–Karl H. Offen
6. Creole Economics and the D.brouillard: From Slave-Based Adaptations
to the Informal Economy in Martinique–Katherine E. Browne
7. James Taylor Carson: Searching for the Bright Path: The Mississippi
Choctaws from Prehistory to Removal–Charles Hudson
8. Marvin T. Smith: Coosa: The Rise and Fall of a Southeastern Mississippian Chiefdom–James Taylor Carson
9. Lucy Eldersveld Murphy: A Gathering of Rivers: Indians, Metis, and Mining in theWestern Great Lakes, 1737-1832–Larry Nesper
10. Stan Hoig: The Kiowas and the Legend of Kicking Bird, with Three Kiowa Tales by Col. W. S. Nye–Clyde Ellis
11. Ronald Niezen: Spirit Wars: Native North American Religions in the Age of Nation Building; Lawrence E. Sullivan: Native Religions and Cultures of North America–Brett Rushforth
12. John D. Monaghan, with the assistance of Barbara W. Edmonson: Supplement to the Handbook of Middle American Indians. Volume Six: Ethnology–Edward F. Fischer
13. Andrés Pérez de Ribas: History of the Triumphs of Our Holy Faith Amongst the Most Barbarous and Fierce Peoples of the New World–Susan M. Deeds
14. Ruth Gubler and David Bolles, eds.: The Book of Chilam Balam of Na: Facsimile, Translation, and Edited Text–Christine A. Kray
15. James Lockhart: Of Things of the Indies: Essays Old and New in Early
Latin American History–John K. Chance
16. Andreas Koechert and Barbara Pfeiler, eds.: Interculturalidad e Identidad
Indígena: Preguntas Abiertas a la Globalización en México–Paul Sullivan
17. Max Harris: Aztecs, Moors, and Christians: Festivals of Reconquest in
Mexico and Spain–Susan Schroeder
18. Gary Urton: The Social Life of Numbers: A Quechua Ontology of Numbers and Philosophy of Arithmetic–Joanne Rappaport
19. Julyan G. Peard: Race, Place, and Medicine: The Idea of the Tropics in
Nineteenth-Century Brazilian Medicine; Lilia Moritz Schwarcz: The Spectacle of the Races: Scientists, Institutions, and the Race Question in Brazil, 1870-1930–Seth Garfield
20. Barnor Hesse, ed.: Un/settled Multiculturalisms: Diasporas, Entanglements, Transruptions–Chris Hannibal-Paci
21. Gerald Mohatt and Joseph Eagle Elk: The Price of a Gift: A Lakota Healer’s Story–Raymond A. Bucko
22. Jill St. Germain: Indian Treaty-Making Policy in the United States and
Canada, 1867-1877–George Pierre Castile
23. Garrick Bailey and Roberta Glenn Bailey: A History of the Navajos: The
Reservation Years–Wade Davies
24. Jonathan Hook: The Alabama-Coushatta Indians–Wendy St. Jean
25. Andrew C. Isenberg: The Destruction of the Bison: An Environmental
History, 1750-1920–Jon T. Coleman
26. Rosemary A. Joyce: Gender and Power in Prehispanic Mesoamerica–Susan Kellogg
27. Pedro Carrasco: The Tenochca Empire of Ancient Mexico: The Triple Alliance of Tenochtitlan, Tetzcoco, and Tlacopan–Michael E. Smith
28. Takeshi Inomata and Stephen D. Houston, eds.: Royal Courts of the Ancient Maya, Volume I: Theory, Comparison, and Synthesis–Marilyn A. Masson
29. Marilyn A. Masson: In the Realm of Nachan Kan: Postclassic Maya Archaeology at Laguna de On, Belize–Takeshi Inomata
30. Pete Sigal: From Moon Goddesses to Virgins: The Colonization of Yucatecan Maya Sexual Desire–Constance Cortez
31. Walden Browne: Sahagun and the Transition to Modernity–John F. Schwaller
32. Carole Blackburn: Harvest of Souls: The Jesuit Missions and Colonialism in North America, 1632-1650; James Schofield Saeger: The Chaco Mission Frontier: The Guaycuruan Experience–Rick Goulet
33. Marcus Banks and Howard Morphy, eds.: Rethinking Visual Anthropology–
Audrey C. Shalinsky
34. David Henige: Numbers from Nowhere: The American Indian Contact Population Debate–W. George Lovell
35. Christraud M. Geary and Virginia-LeeWebb, eds.: Delivering Views: Distant Cultures in Early Postcards–Susan Toby Evans
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This special issue of Ethnohistory focuses on the Caribbean basin and present articles that are both archaeological and historical in nature as well as those informed by the current contexts of local identity. The purely geographical emphasis allows comparisons across a region that has been notoriously fragmented in cultural and historical terms.