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The American Indians:
Realm of the Iroquois
By: Time-Life Books
This volume is one of a series of twenty-four from Time-Life Books that chronicles the history and culture of the Native Americans. Realm of the Iroquois presents a history of the Five Nations, from the foundation of the confederacy in the early 16th century up through the mid-1800s. It goes on to detail the Iroquois role in the struggle between the French and the English for control of North America before the American Revolution. In addition, it describes relations between the Seneca and the French, between the Mohawk and the Dutch and then the English, and between the various Iroquois nations and the American colonists and the British. Lavishly illustrated with both archival and full-color photographs, illustrations and maps, it chronicles Iroquois culture and history---To include The False Face Society, the role of the longhouse, the importance of wampum, the legacy of lacrosse and the present-day Mohawk ironworkers.
1The Original People16
2Confronting the Colonists64
3The Search for Restitution122* Essays *Close to the Dawnland6 Tomah Joseph's Birch Bark Stories54 Micmac Quillwork105 Sacred Smoke Rising112 A Feast for the Wampanoag160
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Collect all 24 volumes to complete the entire series!
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