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Iroquois

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ISBN-10: 1557869383

ISBN-13: 9781557869388

Edition: 1996

Authors: Dean R. Snow, Alan Koliata

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Description:

This book tells the story of the Iroquois from their beginnings many hundreds of years ago, through the tribulations of European contact and near-extinction in the nineteenth century, to their vibrant survival in the contemporary United States and Canada. It is illustrated with maps and photographs, draws on a wide range of source material - much of it provided by the Iroquois themselves - and provides full guides to further reading and to the specialist literature. Vivid, moving and told with consummate narrative skill, this is the book serious readers should start with.
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Book details

List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/11/1996
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 290
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.08" long x 0.61" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Preface
Origins: A. D. 900-1150: The Midwinter Moon
Owasco: A. D. 1150-1350: The Sugar Moon
The Development of Northern Iroquoian: The Fishing Moon
The Rise of the League: 1525-1600: The Planting Moon
The Coming of Europeans: 1600-1634: The Strawberry Moon
The Year of Death: 1634: The Lost Moon
The Struggle for Hearts and Minds: 1635-1700: The Green Bean Moon
Iroquoia in the Balance: 1700-1750: The Green Corn Moon
The Loss of Independence: 1750-1800: The Fresh Moon
Revival and Subjection: 1800-1850: The Harvest Moon
The Worst of Times: 1850-1900: The Hunting Moon
The Rise of Modern Iroquois: 1900-1950: The Cold Moon
The Contemporary Scene: 1950-2000: The Very Cold Moon
End Notes
References Cited