Synopses & Reviews
Since its debut in 1996, Tiller's Guide to Indian Country
has been hailed as the resource for professionals working with Native Americans. This newly expanded edition has nearly doubled in size and features an unprecedented amount of information about 562 federally recognized tribes in 33 American states.
Compiled by Dr. Veronica E. Velarde Tiller, Jicarilla Apache and historian, this comprehensive guide explores each tribe's history and modern-day life, including location and land status, government and infrastructure, community services and facilities, culture and history, economic activity, and contact information with official tribal website addresses.
Tiller's Guide to Indian Country is a must-have reference resource and is also available in a CD-rom version. It is the only work of its kind to feature Honoring Nations from Harvard University's Project on American Indian Economic Development.
The CD-ROM version of this comprehensive guide to 562 American Indian tribes includes tribal history and culture and current information on location, tribal government, services and facilities, economic activity, and tribal contact information.
About the Author
Veronica E. Velarde Tiller, a Jicarilla Apache, holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of New Mexico. She is CEO of Tiller Research, Inc., a consulting firm in Albuquerque.