Book Reviews: A Cultural History of the Native Peoples of Southern New England - Voices from Past and Present by Moondancer, Strong Womancategories: Book, New England Native Peoples, History, American Indian, Ethnic Studies, Indigenous Peoples, Wampanoag, Native American
Authors: Moondancer, Strong Woman
Publisher: Bauu Institute
Brand: Brand: Bauu Institute
A Cultural History of the Native Peoples of Southern New EnglandDave's words are brief but very perceptive. Only recently have folks begun to dig into the truth about America's First Children. This book provides actual eye witness accounts from Colonial times of what they heard, saw, experienced about a people whose life and culture was very rich and sustaining for 1000s of years. Professor Rae Gould gives a long detailed review of the many positive aspects about A Cultural History of the Native Peoples. The book is a must for students of early American civilization. [by Black Moon]
New England Indians Revealed And HonoredThis is an honoring book by Indians about Indians. Early English colonists describe Indians as savages, devils, liars, thieves, lazy. This book reveals what intelligent perceptive colonists like Roger Williams, Wm Wood etc. saw and recorded -- a people who were intelligent, kind, generous, loving and loyal people. They were in a Christian sense, God's First Children in America. Highly recommended.
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