Books by Daniel Richter

Released: April 25, 2011

"An astute, thoroughly enjoyable mixture of political, economic and social history that culminates in a turbulent 18th-century North America whose people did not consider themselves on the verge of revolution but knew that things were not right."
Readers will find little ancient history in this deceptively titled work, but rather a lucid, thought-provoking history of North America to the 1760s. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 1, 2001

"A hallmark in recent Native American historiography that merits wide attention."
An excellent, ambitious attempt to restore to history long-overlooked Indians who "neither uncompromisingly resisted . . . nor wholeheartedly assimilated" in the face of white encroachment. Read full book review >