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  • Author:
    Helen C. Rountree
  • ISBN:
    0813918014
  • ISBN13:
    978-0813918013
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  • Publisher:
    University of Virginia Press (December 1, 1997)
  • Pages:
    329 pages
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    Americas
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Mixing chronological narrative with a full ecological portrait, anthropologists Rountree and Davidson have reconstructed the culture and history of Virginia’s and Maryland’s Eastern Shore Indians from .

Mixing chronological narrative with a full ecological portrait, anthropologists Rountree and Davidson have reconstructed the culture and history of Virginia’s and Maryland’s Eastern Shore Indians from . 800 until the last tribes disbanded in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

Mixing chronological narrative with a full ecological portrait, anthropologists Helen C. Rountree and Thomas E. Davidson have reconstructed the culture and history of Virginia's and Maryland's Eastern Shore Indians from . 800 until the last tribes disbanded in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries

Mixing chronological narrative with a full ecological portrait, anthropologists Rountree and Davidson have reconstructed the culture and history of Virginia’s and Maryland’s Eastern Shore Indians from .

The Eastern Shore of Maryland is a part of the . state of Maryland that lies mostly on the east side of the Chesapeake Bay and consists of nine counties, seven of which have Chesapeake Bay coastlines. The region also contains Maryland's only. The region also contains Maryland's only coast on the Atlantic Ocean. As of the 2010 census, its population was 449,226, with just under 8% of Marylanders living in the region.

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INHABITANTS of Virginia and Maryland's Eastern Shore may have lived at the periphery of the colonial Chesapeake, but in recent years they . Rountree, Helen C. History. Davidson, Thomas E. {{text}}.

INHABITANTS of Virginia and Maryland's Eastern Shore may have lived at the periphery of the colonial Chesapeake, but in recent years they have come to occupy an important place in the historiography of early America. The Eastern Shore's voluminous records have permitted historians to reconstruct the struggles and concerns of the region's white and black residents with a level of detail impossible for many other places in colonial North America. Surprisingly, however, we still know little about the lives of their Native American neighbors.

Helen C. Rountree is an ethnohistorian with degrees from the College of William and Mary, the University . Rountree is an ethnohistorian with degrees from the College of William and Mary, the University of Utah, and the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. She is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Old Dominion University.

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Mixing chronological narrative with a full ecological portrait, anthropologists Rountree and Davidson have reconstructed the culture and history of Virginia’s and Maryland’s Eastern Shore Indians from a.d. 800 until the last tribes disbanded in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.


Coidor
Very informative. Gave me real insight into the history of the Eastern Shore and its inhabitants.
TheSuspect
Helen Rountree is amazing. I read this years ago but that copy got away. I need one in my library for reference.
Akir
The book mostly covers the Indians and the land after contact with the English, not much about traditional life. I bought it for the extensive lists of food resources the Indians used throughout the year; in this respect it is the best resource for native foods I have seen.
Kagda
Great book of native American on the Delmarva !
Mogelv
Great quality used book.
Tebei
As the others were, this is a fascinating book.