Expertise and scope of this three-volume set merits highest recommendation
Mesa Verde Publishing and M.E. Sharpe’s Native Peoples of the World: An Encyclopedia of Groups, Cultures, and Contemporary Issues, edited by Steven L. Danver, Ph.D., has been named to Library Journal’s 2012 Best Reference list.
Published for over 100 years, Library Journal is among the most trusted and respected publications for public, academic, and institutional libraries, and reviews over 8,000 works annually.
The three-volume Native Peoples of the World encyclopedia contains entries highlighting the demographics, histories, and current situations facing over 400 native groups from every corner of the world. In addition, the encyclopedia delves into entries examining the policies of different governments toward the native groups within their borders, and the common issues that face native groups working to ensure their place in the modern world.
Noting its quality and worldwide coverage, as well as the impressive list of experts who contributed to the work, Library Journal gave Native Peoples its highest recommendation.