Native american horsemanship [electronic resource]. Clarrissa Akyroyd.
- ISBN: 9781422288580 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: BROOMALL : Mason Crest, 2014.
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|Summary, etc.:|| Contrary to popular belief, Native Americans did not always have horses to assist them in their daily lives. For thousands of years they carried items themselves or even used dogs. The arrival of the horse in the Americas during the 16th century dramatically changed the lifestyles of many Native American tribes. This was particularly true of the people living on the Great Plains. This book discusses the introduction of the horse to the Native Americans by the Spanish and explains the impact this had on various Native American tribes.
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