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Legends, Traditions And Laws, Of The Iroquois, Or Six Nations, And History Of The Tuscarora Indians... (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 30 mar 2012


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Loved the Stories 6 de noviembre de 2013
Por Lynn Ellingwood - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Fascinating information about the Iroquois Confederacy and the inclusion of the Tuscarora who lived in the North Carolina area but were driven out by British settlers and conflicts between them. My favorite section discussed the life of Mary Jemison who was kidnapped as an 8 year old and while always wanting to come back to her people, eventually chose to stay with the Seneca because she had married by age 14 and her husband and children wouldn't be accepted by the "whites" as she was by the Indians. Mary was given land by her second husband by the Genesee River but saw most Seneca sell their land as "fire water" became more available and the men became less able to manage their lives. The Senecas would be moved to a reservation near Buffalo, NY. Much of the book is taken up by treaties between the United States government and New York State. Those are good documents if you need to refer to them but not exciting reading. But the stories about the Iroquois and the Tuscarora Indians is absorbing and meaningful. I'm glad I read this book.
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Very Detailed 22 de marzo de 2012
Por Laura J Kurowski - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Was not quite what I was expecting. It is a very detailed account/history taken from legal documents that became quite cumbersome. It was more of a legal treatsie than anything else.
Very Interesting Book 26 de marzo de 2013
Por M. Meadows - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Although I did not like the term Savages cause I have Iriquois Indian within me, I found the book very informative and interesting.
Good Information 25 de marzo de 2013
Por Raven Hawk - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This book offered great information, which I used to write a history report. If someone is interest in the histories of great Indian tribes, I recommend this book as one of the few you should read.
Bare Bones 3 de febrero de 2013
Por John R. Sabey - Publicado en Amazon.com
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For someone who wants to get to the real stuff, this book cuts through the hype and fluffery of many books, and gets to the reality inherent in the legends, stories, and traditions of the Six Nations. I needed to understand more of this wonderful and rich culture while keeping the beauty of the traditional legends, and this book was just what I needed.