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No Word for Time

WP203No Word For Time by Evan Pritchard. An Algonquin descendant, Pritchard explores a rapidly disappearing world in which there is no word for time and life moves with the rhythms of nature............14.95

Legends of the Delaware Indians and Picture Writing

WP211Legends of the Delaware Indians and Picture Writing by Richard C. Adams. This collection of Delaware Legends has long been out of print. Originally published in 1905, this book has long been sought by scholars and individuals who cherish the lessons these tales impart. You will certainly enjoy these stories.They teach us much! Hardback with dust jacket. 116pp........25.95

The Miami Indians

WP216The Miami Indians by Bert Anson. This Algonquian speaking tribe fought against English, French and American encroachment in the Old Northwest. 352pp paperback covers the period from 1658 on w/ 20 illus., 6 maps, notes, biblio..................29.95

The Mohicans of Stockbridge

WP137 The Mohicans of Stockbridge by Patrick Frazier. A detailed scholarly account of these Indians of New England from a Native American specialist with the Library of Congress since 1959. 307 pages with many illustrations and notes……………..25.00

The Algonquian Peoples of Long Island from Earliest Times to 1700

WP138 The Algonquian Peoples of Long Island From Earliest Times to 1700 by John A. Strong. Well-researched archaeological evidence and historical records bring past Algonquian people alive. HARDBACK w/dj 368pp,illus……………39.95

Native People of Southern New England 1500-1650

WP139 Native People of Southern New England, 1500-1650. By Kathleen J. Bragdon. This is the first comprehensive study of the tribes of Southern New England, including the Pawtucket, Massachussetts, Nipmuck, Pocumtuck, Narragansett, Pokanoket, Niantic, Mohegan and Pequot. Everyday life is depicted with special analysis of women’s roles in their contribution to Indian society. Hardback DJ, 328 pp., 20 illustrations, 13 maps, notes, bibliography., index……………………………………...34.95

New England Frontier: Puritans and Indians 1620-1675

WP140 New England Frontier: Puritans and Indians 1620-1675. By Alden T. Vaughn. In contrast to most accounts of Puritan-Indian relations, the author argues that the first two generations of Puritan settlers were neither hostile toward their Indian neighbors nor indifferent to their territorial rights. Rather, the Puritans sought peaceful and equitable relations with the native Indians. 418 pp., 18 illustrations., 2 maps with an excellent bibliography, index and notes. ........24.95

The Western Abenaki of Vermont 1600-1800

WP156 The Western Abenaki of Vermont 1600-1800:War, Migration & the Survival of an Indian Peopleby Colin G. Calloway. Before European incursions began in the 17th century, the Abenaki inhabited present-day Vermont and New Hampshire, particularly the Lake Champlain and Connectict River valleys. Documents their survival as a people, their wars and migrations during the first two centuries of white contact. 376pp. 18 illus. 10 maps, biblio., index.....24.95

The Pequots in Southern New England

WP157 The Pequots in Southern New England: The Rise and Fall of an American Indian Nation ed. Laurence M. Hauptman & James Wherry. A collection of essays from a conference held in 1987 to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the Pequot War. Excellent job organizing the essays. 288pp, 7 illus, 3 maps, biblio & index....…19.95

Indian Captivities, or Life in the Wigwam

WP069Indian Captivities or Life in the Wigwam by Samuel G. Drake. Fascinating reprint details story of men, women and children captured by Indians from 1528-1836. 31 stories from states Maine to Florida. 372pp, w/maps illustrations…………..31.00


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