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It is 'read' by touch. Basque -> language spoken in the Basque region of Spain Cajun -> French dialect spoken by people who migrated from Acadia, Canada, to the Louisiana, USA, area. Acadia is in an Atlantic province. Catalan -> language spoken in a region in the north-east of Spain named Catalonia. It is also spoken in the Balearic Islands, in Andorra and in some small villages of Sardinia and the south of France. Cebuano -> language spoken in Philippines near the town of Cebu Central Yup'ik -> language spoken by the indigenous Eskimo people of southwestern Alaska Cherokee -> North American Indian tribe Cheyenne -> North American Indian tribe, part of the Apache Nation Chichewa -> language spoken in Malawi, Central Africa Chickasaw -> North American Indian tribe (southeastern Oklahoma) Chinese Amoy -> language spoken on Taiwan, an island off Fukien Province in southeast China, and Singapore Cantonese -> language spoken in the region around Guangzhou including Hong Kong and also in Malaysia Mandarin/ -> The official language of China Putonghua litterally 'common language' also spoken by native Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia Wu -> language spoken in Jiangsu Province Creol -> French dialect spoken by people from Haiti ...
|A Short History and Description of the Ojibbeway Indians Now On a Visit to England|
|A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the Delaware Christian Indians|
|Myths & Legends of North American Indians|
It is a rich anthology of the myths and legends of over fifty tribes, including the Algonquins, Iroquois, Pawnees and Sioux, prefaced by an extensive historical and ethnological commentary.
|History Of The Choctaw, Chickasaw And Natchez Indians|
|Indians of the Southwest|
|The Ethnogeography Of The Tewa Indians (1916)|
|Four American Indians: King Philip, Pontiac, Tecumseh, Osceola; A Book For Young Americans|
|Indians, Settlers, and the Northern Borderland of the American Revolution The Divided Ground:|
Brant pursued an alternative future for the continent by defending an Indian borderland nestled between the British in Canada and the Americans, rather than divided by them.
|Crime and Violence In a Native American Indian Reservation:. A Criminological Study of the Southern Ute Indians Forward by Gilbert Geis, Past President American Society of Criminology|
Rhetoric surrounding crime and violence among modern Native American Indians suggests that they experience higher rates and more violent forms of criminal victimization than any other group.
|Re-Thinking Technology Transfer as Technology Translation. A Case Study of Health Information Systems in Mozambique|
Technology transfer from the North to the South has historically been problematic, including the domain of ICTs more broadly and Health Information Systems in particular.
|NAT2 Polymorphisms in Malays, Chinese and Indians in Malaysia. NAT2 pharmacogenetics|
NAT2 is polymorphic.
|Spanish Imperial Policy and the Construction of Caste in New Spain, 1521-1570 Spaniards, Caciques, and Indians.|
Spanish policy increasingly defined the Indians' position as one undifferentiated whole to mask the internal hierarchies amongst the native community, aggressively pursuing a policy of Indian caste because of the perceived threat to Spanish power and prestige that the ambiguous position of an educated, wealthy indigenous elite could pose to imperial project. Education, sumptuary legislation, language policy, and Inquisition procesos were tools intended to compress indigenous hierarchy, turning a diverse body of peoples into one caste - turning caciques and principales into indios. By denying the natives access to the signs and symbols of cultural superiority, "Indians" were constructed as separate and distinct from "Spaniards" as possible. The Crown initially embraced the creation of a class of hispanized Indians, traditional elites of pre-conquest Mexico expected to serve in both religious and secular positions. However by the 1540s, the Crown shifted to widening the gap between themselves and their new subjects. Following the conquest of New Spain, the Spanish Crown pursued a policy that recognized and preserved the internal hierarchy within the indigenous community.
|The State, Development and the Role of Local Economic Systems in Southern Africa. A Comparative Study of Mozambique and Botswana|
This failure to recognize the local economic systems as institutions that can and should play a crucial role in the process of political and economic development in Africa provides a basis for the high cost of implementing the development agenda in most African states.
|Effects of the American Civil War on the Native American History The Indians and the Civil War.|
Native American - history has always been a study full of ambiguous points.
|The Role of Non-farm Sources of Income in Rural Poverty Alleviation. The Case of Boane District in Mozambique|
Presently, the awareness is growing that rural households receive their income from a portfolio of diverse activities, and that one of the most important activities relates to non-farm sector.
|Flow field of the Mozambique Channel. A model simulation|
Results show that the model can reproduce many of the known processes that takes place in the region and also shed new light to the generation mechanisms.
|The impact of HIV/AIDS in Mozambique. Assessing aspects of democratic consolidation Analysis of the impact of HIV/AIDS on civil society and a growing economy in Mozambique:|
|Standpipe Is Solution Of Water Problem!?. The New Standpipe management model for Mozambique|
The standpipe and its management is researched focusing on technical-, social- and economical aspects, including a primary position for the communication around the standpipe, weather within the communities, the drinking water utility or governments as well as between those different stakeholders.
|Challenges and Achievements: Understanding the Indian Experience in a Small Colonial State, 1857-1950 The History of Indians in Grenada.|
It offers a clear discussion on the system of indenture, plantation life and the Indians’ contribution to Grenada’s economy as well as the circumstances leading to their permanent settlement in the island.
|Gender, Choice and Migration in Mozambique. Household Dynamics and Urbanisation in Mozambique|
Migration in Mozambique is firstly a continuation of traditional routes of trade and labour migration in both northern and southern Mozambique.
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