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DREAMING AGAIN: ALGONKIAN POETRY By Margaret Bruchac
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Margaret M. Bruchac is a scholar, writer, and storyteller of Abenaki, English, and Slovak descent. This is her first published book of verse. Some pieces were inspired by historical research for... More > Historic Deerfield, Old Sturbridge Village, the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, and other museums. As a musician, she also performs traditional and contemporary Algonkian Indian songs and stories with her family. Dr. Bruchac is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Coordinator of Native American and Indigenous Studies at the University of Connecticut at Avery Point. Her academic publications include Indigenous Archaeologies: A Reader in Decolonization, and articles in the Historical Journal of Massachusetts and Museum Anthropology, among other venues. As the 2011-2012 recipient of both a Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowship and the Katrin H. Lamon Fellowship, Bruchac is presently in residence at the School for Advanced Research, completing a book manuscript for the University of Arizona Press.< Less
Alberta History: West Central Alberta - 13,000 Years of Indian History Pt. 1: to 1750 By Joachim Fromhold
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A look at the Indian history of Alberta from the ice age on up to the begining of historic times. The volume covers the deglaciation history and archaeological history of CentralAlerta, tracing the... More > development of the Algonkian inhabitants of the region to their development into the Blackfoot and Cree of today, as well as other peoples who have at one time or another occupied portions of this land. The volume also covers extensive prehistoric population/denisty reconstructions and presents considerable detail on the Pelican Lake culture and the prehistoric populations of the Cremona-Sundre area. We address and debunk some common stereotypes and misconceptions, and introduce some information previously known only to the Indian inhabitants, as well as some intriguing archaeological finds that have been generally unknown.< Less
Alberta History: West Central Alberta - 13,000 Years of Indian History Pt. 1: to 1750 By Joachim Fromhold
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A look at the Indian history of Alberta from the ice age on up to the begining of historic times. The volume covers the deglaciation history and archaeological history of CentralAlerta, tracing the... More > development of the Algonkian inhabitants of the region to their development into the Blackfoot and Cree of today, as well as other peoples who have at one time or another occupied portions of this land. The volume also covers extensive prehistoric population/denisty reconstructions and presents considerable detail on the Pelican Lake culture and the prehistoric populations of the Cremona-Sundre area. We address and debunk some common stereotypes and misconceptions, and introduce some information previously known only to the Indian inhabitants, as well as some intriguing archaeological finds that have been generally unknown.< Less