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“Both majestic in scope and intimate in tone. . . . No single volume can adequately depict the gamut of Indigenous cultures, but DuVal’s comes close. . . . Native Nations belongs on the same shelf as Blackhawk’s magisterial work and Charles Mann’s 1491.”—Hamilton Cain, Minneapolis Star-Tribune
 
“An indispensable guide to the epic history of Native North America.”—Caroline Dodds Pennock, author of On Savage Shores
 
“A revelatory account of the power and influence of Indigenous peoples in North America.”Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“prodigiously researched and enlightening.”Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Conducting us skillfully on this journey through a perilous history fraught with colonial violence, DuVal brings the reader finally to a hopeful and resurgent Native present.”—Nicole Eustace, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Covered with Night

“An exemplary model of how Native American history should be written.”—Brooke M. Bauer, author of Becoming Catawba

“A page-turner . . . DuVal offers us a new chronology of early America.”—Anne F. Hyde, author of Born of Lakes and Plains

Native Nations is a powerful story of Indigenous peoples’ continued survival, resistance, and strength. . . . Even the most expert reader is likely to learn something new.”—Warren Eugene Milteer, Jr., author of Beyond Slavery’s Shadow

“DuVal recounts this remarkable and fascinating story of power and endurance with sympathy, eloquence, and attention to all kinds of different people. A stunning achievement.”—Sarah M. S. Pearsall, author of Polygamy: An Early American History

“A vital new history leading to today’s more than five hundred Native nations in the United States.”—Andrés Reséndez, author of The Other Slavery

Native Nations provides a new way of understanding the long sweep of Native American history.”—Daniel K. Richter, author of Before the Revolution: America’s Ancient Pasts

“sensible, lucid, and wide-ranging . . . DuVal recounts a sobering yet remarkable history of survival despite sweeping efforts to destroy Native peoples.”—Alan Taylor, author of American Republics: A Continental History, 1783–1850

“While much of the history written about Native American people has focused on white experiences . . . DuVal focuses on the growth and change of Indigenous polities and cultures.”—Anton Treuer, author of The Cultural Toolbox

“A much-needed corrective to the popular myth of Indigenous decline and disappearance.”—Christina Nicole Snyder, author of Great Crossings

“Nuanced and rigorous . . . In DuVal’s hands, the bleak picture that many readers have been shown of Native people is not inevitable or nonsensical.”—Malinda Maynor Lowery, author of The Lumbee Indians

“A triumph.”—Elizabeth N. Ellis, author of The Great Power of Small Nations

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