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  • Author:
    William A. Haviland
  • ISBN:
    1609496655
  • ISBN13:
    978-1609496654
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    The History Press (July 17, 2012)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
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William A. Haviland is professor emeritus at the University of Vermont, where he founded the Department of Anthropology and taught for thirty-five years. He holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania.

In this book, anthropologist William Haviland relates the history of hardship and survival endured by the natives of the Down East coast and how they have maintained their way of life over the past four hundred years

In this book, anthropologist William Haviland relates the history of hardship and survival endured by the natives of the Down East coast and how they have maintained their way of life over the past four hundred years. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Inscribe DigitalReleased: Jul 17, 2012ISBN: 9781614235880Format: book.

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by William A. Haviland. For thousands of years, Etchemins-whose descendants were members of the Wabanaki Confederacy-had lived, loved and labored in Down East Maine.

In this book, anthropologist William Haviland relates the history of hardship and survival endured by the natives of the Down East coast and how they have maintained their way of life over the past four hundred years.

In 1604, when Frenchmen landed on Saint Croix Island, they were far from the first people to walk along its shores. Bound together with neighboring people, all of whom relied heavily on canoes for transportation, trade and survival, each group still maintained its own unique cultures and customs. History Press (SC), Arcadia Publishing (SC).

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In 1604, when Frenchmen landed on Saint Croix Island, they were far from the first people to walk along its shores. For thousands of years, Etchemins―whose descendants were members of the Wabanaki Confederacy―had lived, loved and labored in Down East Maine. Bound together with neighboring people, all of whom relied heavily on canoes for transportation, trade and survival, each group still maintained its own unique cultures and customs. After the French arrived, they faced unspeakable hardships, from “the Great Dying,” when disease killed up to 90 percent of coastal populations, to centuries of discrimination. Yet they never abandoned Ketakamigwa, their homeland. In this book, anthropologist William Haviland relates the history of hardship and survival endured by the natives of the Down East coast and how they have maintained their way of life over the past four hundred years.

Keth
Lots of archaeological information, emphasizing the many centuries that the native people have been on this continent. I object to "Indians."
Gaudiker
Canoe Indians at Down East Maine was exactly what I expected it to be--a great resource for my genealogy research.
Vozilkree
Loved it......