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How this related to different groups of Amerindians who once thrived in the southwestern as well as the north and south eastern parts of North America once thrived in the southwestern as well as the north and south eastern parts of North America concludes that in each of these areas both European and Indian culture absorbed and evolved elements from the other which it found beneficial while rejecting what it found too objectionable or unnecessary Those interactions between Amerindians and Europeans expounded changes which ultimately led after some three centuries of societal cultural evolution to the emergence of a uniue new species of humans the Americans Published sixteen ears ago in 1997 New Worlds for *All Indians Europeans And The *Indians Europeans and the of Early America was the eighth offering from Calloway s prolific pen coming roughly a decade after the beginning of the distinguished ethnohistorian s career He has been on the faculty of Dartmouth College for nearly a uarter century where he is a Professor of History and Native American Studies He has published than a dozen books focusing on the genre of Native American history and has served as editor on other literary projects on the topic as well All have been well received within the academy and in 2011 his lifetime of academic and literary endeavors was honored by the Western Historical Society with the American Indian History Lifetime Achievement Award This volume was one of his first offerings aimed specifically at a wider reading audience beyond the academic arena However judging from the pristine condition of the now sixteen Widows (Dolly Rawlins, year old library copy obtained for this review casual readers with an interest in well researched and written historical works are in rather short supply This is truly a shame because this book while sparsely illustrated is a relatively easy read that provides readers with an insightful glimpse into the creation of a new world system It is the story of just one ball of the roots of the great tree today known as globalization but a very important part of what makes us all Americans and if we don t know how we became who we are we are destined most likely to repeat and perpetuate the mistakes of the past While this is an excellent survey of relations between Whites and Indians from 1492 through the birth of the early and earlyears of the American republic the overview is too broad and sweeping to present a full picture of the topic necessary for advanced scholarship It does serve however as an excellent road map to a treasure trove of primary and early secondary source material for the graduate student of Native American studies Author Colin Calloway further advances his neo progressive vision of the history of the Americas in New Worlds for All Discarding traditional historical accounts of Christopher Columbus discovering the New World in 1492 Calloway asserts instead that Columbus merely facilitated the connection between the two worlds both of which were filled with peoples who had massed into their own related but et distinctively uniue cultures each with its own language religion and customs Over time in both worlds different groups had at various times made war on each other and lived in peace worshiped different gods intermarried and established commerce and trade among themselves They developed complex trading routes connecting their settlements across great distances in both spheres In essence the author contends that beyond the Europeans obvious technological advantages in weaponry sailing and trans oceanic navigation the two worlds shared many commonalities as well Despite these similarities from the onset the two cultures looked upon each other from radically different world views which had been indelibly etched upon their sensibilities handed down and reinforced through countless generations Each tried to make sense of the seemingly strange tongue manners and habits of the "other based upon their own cultural norms Thus Europeans saw the Amerindians as backward uncivilized heathens desperately in "based upon their own cultural norms Thus Europeans saw the Amerindians as backward uncivilized heathens desperately in of Christian salvation which they would get around to right after they plundered the wealth of resources the Indians lands contained which these foolish childlike creat A good companion to many other books on early American history A good overview of the Columbian impact on North America though I found it organized a bit strangely and I greatly preferred 1491 New Worlds for All provides an introduction to the cultural interactions between Europeans not just the English in New England and Native Americans that changed both sides If ou ve read much about the European settlement of the Americas many of the ideas presented here will probably be at least vaguely familiar Calloway includes just enough detail to keep things interesting without being overwhelming The one topic per chapter organization makes it easy to read this book a bit at a time without feeling lost when ou pick it up again. Ing worshiping traveling and trading together as well as fearing avoiding despising and killing one another In the West settlers lived in Indian towns eating Indian food In Mohawk Valley New York Europeans tattooed their faces; Indians drank tea And a uniue American identity emerged. ,


En they battled the British for their independence during the American Revolution But Calloway does not mention the interactions between the European and African slaves This missing piece would be of great importance in illustrating how the American identity was formed through cultural exchange between all cultures involved in the early American record and give evidence of the Native Americans racially mixing with the African slaves Its a history book so I won t waste time saying that if ou re looking for a page turner to get ou through the fall this probably isn t it But the material is fascinating and a must read for Americans who have misconceptions about their nation s origin or for anyone interested in whats left of history erased Surprisingly not too dry for a reuired class book I wouldn t ever reread it but it was interesting and not unenjoyable Really uite a good basic introduction to the history and historiography of the pre colonial and early colonial period in American history I read this as a brush up before I teach the first half of American history this fall and this ended up being perfect The author does an excellent job of being concise and of integrating the great scholarship the longer and technical scholarship that I don t have time to get into For example I have only read part of William Cronon S Changes In The Changes in the New Worlds for All admits that one of its early chapters is essentially drawn from that Essentially the point is that the relationship is a mutual one for both good and bad It is not as if Europeans just destroyed everything and remade America in their own image Native Americans and Europeans both impacted each other and the new things that came out of that have forever changed the face of the world For example imagine Italy without tomatoes right I liked this book Calloway really shows the extent to which Europeans and Indians took from each other and each developed uniue characteristics that they wouldn t have had otherwise I enjoyed the military chapter where European Author Colin Calloway further advances his neo progressive vision of the history of the Americas in New Worlds for All Discarding traditional historical accounts of Christopher Columbus discovering the New World in 1492 Calloway asserts instead that Columbus merely facilitated the connection between the two worlds both of which were filled with peoples who had massed into their own related but et distinctively uniue cultures each with its own language religion and customs Over time in both worlds different groups had at various times made war on each other and lived in peace worshiped different gods intermarried and established commerce and trade among themselves They developed complex trading routes connecting their settlements across great distances in both spheres In essence the author contends that beyond the Europeans obvious technological advantages in weaponry sailing and trans oceanic navigation the two worlds shared many commonalities as well Despite these similarities from the onset the two "cultures looked upon each other from radically different "looked upon each other from radically different views which had been indelibly etched upon their sensibilities handed down and reinforced through countless generations Each tried to make sense of the seemingly strange tongue manners and habits of the other based upon their own cultural norms Thus Europeans saw the Amerindians as backward uncivilized heathens desperately in need of Christian salvation which they would get around to right after they plundered the wealth of resources the Indians lands contained which these foolish childlike creatures were virtually ignoring and utterly wasting The Amerindians by contrast for the most part viewed Europeans as et another new tribe to be reckoned with which although powerful was composed of curious rather arrogant individuals who were weak without the great magical eualizer their guns They were incapable of taking care of themselves left to their own devices very naive to the ways of Mother Earth extremely wasteful and unappreciative of her gifts Everywhere they went disease despair waste and destruction followed Central to the premise of Calloway s work is the uite logical idea that from the moment of that first encounter between Europeans and Native Americans both of their worlds were irrevocably changed Calloway manages to pack a wealth of examples into just under two hundred pages divided into theme oriented chapters each focusing on the ideas and actions of all the parties involved regarding such varied areas as religion and ceremonies inter tribal and gender relations warfare and slavery commerce and trade disease and medicine With these areas in mind he examines and synthesizing the work of prominent pioneers of American historiography like Bernard Bailyn Frederick Jackson Turner and James Axtell for clues and examples of. E much of the existing land and culture In New Worlds for All Colin Calloway explores the uniue and vibrant new cultures that Indians and Europeans forged together in early America The journey toward this hybrid society kept Europeans' and Indians' lives tightly entwined living work. In his book New Worlds For All Colin Calloway pulls together the information provided by multiple scholars in interdisciplinary fields to form Colin Calloway pulls together the information provided by multiple scholars in interdisciplinary fields to form framework illustrating the radical changes in Indian and European life during the early ears of American settlement *He States In The Preface That His *states in the preface that his is to show how the Native American assisted in the formation of the American identity without painting them as some exotic subcategory in American history xivCalloway pulls information from many well documented scholars in academia to support the influence on American culture by the Native American and European inhabitants of colonial America Much of the information provided to the oung students in American textbooks paints a picture of the Native American as a helpless victim to the tyrannical oppression of the invading Europeans This book is one of many that shed a new light on the battle of cultures between the native inhabitants and invading colonistsCalloway stresses that the American revolutionists maintained that their culture and that of the Native American was not as different as it appeared The Europeans adopted the customs attire farming and hunting techniues of the Native American As they became Indians they began to transform themselves into what would be the early prototype of the American identity Essentially the European was no longer a man of his birth country but became someone not "uite wild and et still far from his civilized former identity The amount of mixture between the European and "wild and et still far from his civilized former identity The amount of mixture between the European and American cultures depended on the region in which they lived Spanish settlers were less resistant to the absorption of Indian customs into their society The definition of American was also different depending on the era of colonization in which a settler lived In the early settlement time period Native Americans were the sole individuals identified with the term American By the early nineteenth century colonists had formed their own political identity which classified them as American In explaining how the Native Americans arrived on the continent Calloway uses the Bering Strait theory which states that the Native Americans migrated to America via the Bering Strait land bridge Then they began an adaptation to their respective climates that would lead to a diverse array of lifestyles 9 Each group molded it s lifestyle in accordance to the area in which it resided When Europeans encountered this land of multiple cultures on a seemingly untouched landscape they were forced to rethink the world as they knew it To them the mere existence of this land went against everything they knew about geology However some of their old world could not be left behind Europeans often renamed New World regions with names that they were familiar with in the old world they often tacked on the world new at the beginning of the place name This method of renaming allowed the Europeans to retain a part of their old world in their new landscapeCalloway notes that the Europeans took advantage of the depopulation of Indians due to disease The Europeans would often take over previous Indian villages They would replant crops or introduce new plants from their native country build fences to border their land and hold in livestock and begin other measures to civilize the area The introduction of these new plants and animals changed the land itself by increasing erosion depleting the soil of important nutrients and changing the visual aspect of the land Their hunting of animals to be skinned and the furs sold had a great impact on the ecosystem of the area Without beavers building dams and wolves controlling the animal population the land itself began to change through erosion and an over abundance of creatures that would consume their cropsThe Native American way of life was centered on a religion that valued nature and respected animals as euals The Indians hunted only what they needed to survive When the Europeans arrived they began a commercialized eradication of animals for their skins Their religion Christianity stated that man was superior to the animal kingdom The Europeans presented this concept to the Indians and pushed them to conform to their lifestyle and religious beliefs Many Native Americans rebelled against this but many conformed out of dependence on the Europeans for items such as weapons textiles and cooking utensils Conforming also made it easier to live on a day to day basis in a world that was no longer entirely theirsThe Europeans and Native Americans borrowed warfare tactics from each other The Native American warfare was based on weaponry that took advantage of the silent ambush European weaponry consisted of guns which would make an ambush incapable Native Americans also used the terrain of the land to their advantage when engaging in warfare This method came in handy for the Europeans wh. Although many Americans consider the establishment of the colonies as the birth of this country in fact Early America already existed long before the arrival of the Europeans From coast to coast Native Americans had created enduring cultures and the subseuent European invasion remad.

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