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ISBN:
0916346781
Author:
Shirley W. Dunn
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Purple Mountain Press; First edition (October 30, 2009)
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The River Indians: Mohicans Making History. Shirley Dunn has again demonstrated her mastery of the Mohican culture. In reading The Mohican World, it sia s though the reader is living in the past;[ each page brings a new adventure and allows the reader's imagination to flow.

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Synopsis: Shirley Dunn s new book presents a stirring look at historic events in which the Mohicans (called River . Destination, rates & speeds. 2. The River Indians: Mohicans Making History. Published by Purple Mountain Press (2009)

Synopsis: Shirley Dunn s new book presents a stirring look at historic events in which the Mohicans (called River Indians) participated: Leaders among the native nations on the Hudson, Mohicans welcomed Henry Hudson, who visited them for 13 days. They initiated the upriver fur trade and continued it for a century. Mohicans were close friends with the Dutch leader, Arent Van Curler, and helped save the farms of Rensselaerswyck. Published by Purple Mountain Press (2009). ISBN 10: 0916346781 ISBN 13: 9780916346782. ISBN 9780916346782 (978-16346-78-2) Softcover, Purple Mountain Press, 2009. Find signed collectible books: 'The River Indians: Mohicans Making History'.

Shirley Dunn doesn’t like to quibble over small details . You can spell Mohican any way you’d like. Dunn, who has also written a children’s book about the Mohicans and collaborated with Allison Bennett on a book about Dutch architecture, says she’s finished writing, at least major works of non-fiction.

Author of Mohican Seminar 2, The Mohicans and their land, 1609-1730, Mohican seminar 3, Dutch architecture near Albany, The Mohican . Are you sure you want to remove Shirley W. Dunn from your list?

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BOLLA The Mohicans are an Eastern Algonquian Indian tribe that was Algonquian-speaking. As part of the Eastern Algonquian family of tribes, they are related to the abutting Lenape, who occupied territory to the south as far as the Atlantic coast

BOLLA The Mohicans are an Eastern Algonquian Indian tribe that was Algonquian-speaking. As part of the Eastern Algonquian family of tribes, they are related to the abutting Lenape, who occupied territory to the south as far as the Atlantic coast. The Mohicans occupied the upper tidal Hudson River Valley, including the confluence of the Mohawk River (where present-day Albany, New York, developed) and into western New England centered on the upper Housatonic watershed.

Mohican Oral Tribal History as recorded by Hendrick Aupaumut and . Dunn, Shirley (2000). Their 22,000-acre reservation is known as that of the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians and is located near the town of Bowler.

Mohican Oral Tribal History as recorded by Hendrick Aupaumut and printed in Stockbridge, Past and Present by Electa Jones. a b c d Sultzman, Lee. "Mahican History". The Mohican World 1680-1750. Their 22,000-acre reservation is known as that of the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians and is located near the town of Bowler

Shirley Dunn s new book presents a stirring look at historic events in which the Mohicans (called River Indians) participated: Leaders among the native nations on the Hudson, Mohicans welcomed Henry Hudson, who visited them for 13 days. They initiated the upriver fur trade and continued it for a century. Mohicans were close friends with the Dutch leader, Arent Van Curler, and helped save the farms of Rensselaerswyck. They fought beside English soldiers in wars against Canada from 1690 to 1765, protected Albany from attack from Canada, and enlisted in the Revolution on the American side. Dunn emphasizes the importance of the Mohicans to the history of New York colony and state. Today, many of us live on land from Dutchess County to Lake Champlain that once was theirs.