Table of contents for The Americas that might have been : Native American social systems through time / Julian Granberry.

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Contents
List of Figures 000
Preface 000
Introduction: The Whys and Wherefores 000
Part I. In the Beginning 000
1. Men Out of Asia 000
2. America 1492 000
Part II. The Inner Man
3. Native Philosophies of Life 000
4. Unitary Norms: The Asian Perspective 000
5. The Dualistic View: The European Norm 000
6. The Trinary Compromise: The Near Eastern Norm 000
Part III. The Matrix of Lives 000
7. The Empire of Tawantinsuyu 000
8. The Empire of the Méxica 000
9. The Maya Kingdoms 000
10. The Mississippian Cities and Towns 000
11. The Pueblo Towns 000
12. The Taíno Chiefdoms 000
Part IV. The Future of the Past 000
13. Hemispheric-Internal Relationships in the Twenty-first Century: The
 Inner Design 000
14. Commerce and Discovery of the Old World 000
15. International Alliances and Interaction in the Twenty-first Century: The
 Outer Scheme 000
Epilogue: The First Baktun 000
References 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians -- First contact with Europeans.
Indians -- Transatlantic influences.
Indians -- Colonization.
America -- Discovery and exploration.
America -- Colonization.
Europe -- Colonies -- America.