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The People of the Land of Flint


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Januar 1985

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

A documented eyewitness account of a community of traditional Mohawk Indians in their struggle for acceptance and self-sufficiency.

Portrait

Richard Dean Campbell is Pastor of Grace United Methodist Church in Essex Junction, Vermont.

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...a passionate, compelling, and sometimes disturbing chapter of recent history...raises pertinent questions...well-written, easily read...Campbell writes for everyday people. -- Ray Fadden, Curator, Six Nations Indian Museum Adirondack Life Richard Dean Campbell's personal involvement, and sensitive concerns toward all participants concerning the re-establishment of Mohawk people at Ganienkeh, has provided the ingredients for an excellent documentation of the events involved in this historically important reaffirmation of Mohawk culture...He has done an excellent job!> -- Ray Fadden, Curator, Six Nations Indian Museum Richard Dean Campbell's personal involvement, and sensitive concerns toward all participants concerning the re-establishment of Mohawk people at Ganienkeh, has provided the ingredients for an excellent documentation of the events involved in this historically important reaffirmation of Mohawk culture...He has done an excellent job! -- Ray Fadden, Curator, Six Nations Indian Museum ...a passionate, compelling, and sometimes disturbing chapter of recent history...raises pertinent questions...well-written, easily read...Campbell writes for everyday people. -- Ray Fadden, Curator, Six Nations Indian Museum Adirondack Life
EAN: 9780819145512
ISBN: 0819145513
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV PR OF AMER
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1985
Seitenanzahl: 513 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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