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Indians in Pennsylvania (2nd ed.)
Paul A.W. Wallace (au); William A. Hunter (ed); William Rohrbeck (il)
Since its original pub. in 1961 (reprint of 1927 classic), this book has been one of the most popular histories of the Indians of PA. This ed. updates some factual content while retaining the author’s original interpretation. The Delawares who were the Indians most closely associated with PA, called themselves “Lenni Lenape”, which means the Real (or Original) People. Wallace discusses their origins, neighbors, physical appearance and dress, houses, occupations, travel, warfare, gov’t. and social org., life cycle, religion, and amusements; the Iroquois Confederacy; the Beaver Wars; Indian refugees in PA; the Shawnees; Indian land cessions and Delaware migrations; PA Indian policy and Indian wars; the Cornplanter Grant; and famous Indians of PA. Illustrations.
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