INDIANS OF THE GREAT LAKES
INDIANS OF THE GREAT LAKES is a rich and colorful portrayal of the first people of the Great Lakes region, from ancient times to the present. Beginning with the Ice Age migrations from Asia to North America, Mitchell and Woodruff present a vivid account of the many Native American cultures which have called the woods and waters of the Great Lakes their home. Their new book explores the fascinating customs and beliefs of a most resourceful people, from the Old Copper Indians and the Moundbuilders to the Algonquian, Huron, Iroquois and Sioux nations of more recent times...INDIANS OF THE GREAT LAKES documents interraction and conflict with early explorers, and the settlers and soldiers of an emerging nation, to the challenges facing the Indians of today.
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