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The Embattled Northeast: The Elusive Ideal of Alliance in Abenaki-Euramerican Relations

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Hardcover, 350 pages
Published October 18th 1984 by University of California Press
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AE Reiff
Ken Morrison: In Memorium. Pre-Contact, Contact, Post-Contact Glooscap. Contact Beyond the Abenaki!

I lived next door to Ken Morrison, 1946-2012, http://mailman.yale.edu/pipermail/nat... for 15 years. At that time there were three professors on our half block, Kenneth M. Morrison, Professor of Religion at ASU, Lew Alquist, Professor of Art at ASU 1946-2005, a positive influence on our artist son, http://www.rememberlew.blogspot.com/ and myself, sometimes Renaissance English. Ken's interests in g
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David Nichols
I read this in graduate school and found its treatment of Indian-white relations rather shallow in comparison to other ethnohistorical studies of the same era (like Salisbury's MANITOU AND PROVIDENCE). I've re-read parts of Morrison's book since then, however, and think I might try re-reading the whole book one day. I think I probably didn't give it enough of my attention the first time through.
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