Table of contents for A global history of indigenous peoples / struggle and survival Ken Coates.

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Introduction: Tribal Peoples in the Age of Globalization
Peopling the Earth: The Greatest Migration
Peoples of the Land: Spiritual and Cultural Roots of Indigenous Societies
Mutual Discovery: Tribal Peoples and the First Wave of Globalization
Resistance and Adaptation: Indigenous Reaction to Newcomer Occupations
Bio-Wars: Ecological Imperialism and the Transformation of Tribal Worlds
Spiritual Contests: Missionaries, Christianity and Indigenous Societies
Administered Peoples: Indigenous Nations and Regulated Societies
Last Frontiers: War, Resource Development, and the Occupation of Tribal Territories
Continuing the Struggle: Indigenous Protests, Legal Agendas and Aboriginal Internationalism
Uncertainties: The Future of Indigenous Societies

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Indigenous peoples History, Indigenous peoples Social conditions, Indigenous peoples Government relations