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  • Author:
    Mary Ann Wells
  • ISBN:
    087805734X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0878057344
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    University Press of Mississippi (December 1, 1994)
  • Pages:
    238 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Americas
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Mary Ann Wells (Author). From the Native American viewpoint a personal yet carefully documented chronicle about the lands that became the state of Mississippi.

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From the Native American viewpoint a personal yet carefully documented chronicle about the lands that became the state of Mississippi.Virtually all written accounts of Native American history of the southeastern United States came from Europeans. Here, filtered through a Native American perspective, is a story of early Indian life in a region of the American South. This history for general readers has been assembled from many documentary resources to give the fascinating history of an enduring heritage.In pre-Columbian times the fertile and lushly forested lands that were destined to become the state of Mississippi had a flourishing population of many native tribes - Chickasaw, Taposa, Tunica, Yazoo, Chakchiuma, Koroa, Grigra, Natchez, Choctaw, Acolapissa, Biloxi, Pascagoula, and others. Few accounts have been written from their perspective. Until now, there has been no book-length investigation of their history as told from their viewpoint.

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One of the best books I have picked up over the years. It gives a well thought out and Native American view of the early history of the Mississippi Valley. The author make Native American and settlers come alive in the narrative as she takes us through their sometimes troubled coexistence. The book was a breathe of fresh air for historians of the South and brought new information about the native tribes of the area. I would recommend anyone who is interested in Native Americans of the Southeast to read this book and I have recommended this book to numerous friends.
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As a Mississippian, I found this book fascinating. It reveals little known facts about native americans of Miss. and the south. For anyone interested in Native Americans or Mississippi history.