Publisher: University of Vermont Press
Number of pages: 362
Weight: 544 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 28 mm
"Utilizing archaeological site reports, unpublished manuscripts, and previous scholarly publications, Haviland and Power present an informative sociohistorical analysis of the Native American story in northern New England . . . This work serves to challenge and correct many misconceptions."-- "Choice"
"Although it is a book whose scholarship will stand up, it is written for the general reader . . . The result is a story--clear, informative, and moving easily-- . . . a pleasant book which I have read with relish."--Gordon M. Day "Vermont History"
"A refreshing synthesis by competent scholars . . . An excellent starting point for serious and intelligent nonprofessionals, and a bench mark against which future progress will be measured."--Dean R. Snow "Ethnohistory"