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Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot - Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685 - 2 Chronicles to Hosea By Richard Estes
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Book 781a: Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot. Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685. It is 2 Chronicles to Hosea. John Carter Brown Library at Providence, RI. This Book is... More > from the black & white pages.< Less
Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot - Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685 - Joel to Revelation By Richard Estes
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Book #782: Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot. Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685. This Book has Joel to Revelation and Psalms of metre. John Carter Brown Library at... More > Providence, RI.< Less
Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot - Printed by Samuel Green & Marmaduke Johnson at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1663 - Esther to Malachi By Richard Estes
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Book #479: Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot. Printed by Samuel Green & Marmaduke Johnson at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1663. Esther to Malachi. John Carter Brown Library at Providence, RI.... More > They only had the Old Testament which was missing 4 leaves. They also had the extra special pages of another Book of Psalms.< Less
Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot - Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685 By Richard Estes
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Book #781: Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot. Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685. It has 2 Chronicles to Hosea. John Carter Brown Library at Providence, RI. The pages are... More > done on color pages. It was missing 2 leaves but I got it from the Library at Stuttgart, Germany. It will be complete!< Less
Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot - Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685 - Joel to Revelation By Richard Estes
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Book #782a: Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot. Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685. It has Joel to Revelation and the Psalms metre. John Carter Brown Library at... More > Providence, RI. In this Book it has 408 pages in black & white pages.< Less
Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot - Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685 By Richard Estes
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Book #776: Algonquian Indian Bible by John Eliot. Printed by Samuel Green at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1685. My Book is from the Wurttembergische Landesbibliothek at Stuttgart, Germany. It has... More > 1,224 pages but you will see 76 special color pages.< Less
The Thin Edge of the Sexist Wedge: Lexically reconstructed Algonquian and Quechua case histories, illustrating the original causes of sexual stratification in Neolithic society By Paul Proulx
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Using information unconsciously encoded into languages, I ask "How do women + men get (or fail to get) respect within their societies?" I start with a simple prehistoric Algonquian society... More > where women gathered plant foods while men hunted, + both got approximately equal respect. Some changes in warfare, economy, + social organization over the centuries had major impacts upon the social statuses of women vs men, while others did not. I also examine the prehistoric Quechua farmers of a thousand years earlier. They developed a sophisticated agriculture using irrigated terraces, incorporated many tribes into the largest empire the world had yet seen, + then were plunged into feudal oppression by the Spanish Conquest. They are especially interesting because -- contrary to the predictions of most theories -- they have maintained an equality of the sexes typical of simple societies that gather + hunt. I also discuss Proto Indo European society, sex gender, + the origin of matrilineal organization.< Less
The Thin Edge of the Sexist Wedge: Lexically reconstructed Algonquian and Quechua case histories, illustrating the original causes of sexual stratification in Neolithic society By Paul Proulx
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Using information unconsciously encoded into languages, I ask "How do women + men get (or fail to get) respect within their societies?" I start with a simple prehistoric Algonquian society... More > where women gathered plant foods while men hunted, + both got approximately equal respect. Some changes in warfare, economy, + social organization over the centuries had major impacts upon the social statuses of women vs men, while others did not. I also examine the prehistoric Quechua farmers of a thousand years earlier. They developed a sophisticated agriculture using irrigated terraces, incorporated many tribes into the largest empire the world had yet seen, + then were plunged into feudal oppression by the Spanish Conquest. They are especially interesting because -- contrary to the predictions of most theories -- they have maintained an equality of the sexes typical of simple societies that gather + hunt. I also discuss Proto Indo European society, sex gender, + the origin of matrilineal organization.< Less
Prehistoric Social Organization Before and After Agriculture: the lexically reconstructed story of Central Algonquian society, showing the transformation of a bilateral forager kindred into an agricultural patrilineal tribe in a resource rich natural envir By Paul Proulx
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The book presents a detailed account of the transformation in social organization that came with the adoption of subsistence agriculture by the foragers who lived in one resource rich area of the... More > planet (the Lower Great Lakes). The technique used is lexical reconstruction, correlated where possible with archaeological data. My research suggests that in simple societies whose politics are all kin based, the kinship terminology serves as an oral constitution, amendments to which involve new terms with pertinent etymologies. By carefully noting the etymologies of innovations, one can reconstruct prehistoric social change.< Less
Prehistoric Social Organization Before and After Agriculture: the lexically reconstructed story of Central Algonquian society, showing the transformation of a bilateral forager kindred into an agricultural patrilineal tribe in a resource rich natural envir By Paul Proulx
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The book presents a detailed account of the transformation in social organization that came with the adoption of subsistence agriculture by the foragers who lived in one resource rich area of the... More > planet (the Lower Great Lakes). The technique used is lexical reconstruction, correlated where possible with archaeological data. My research suggests that in simple societies whose politics are all kin based, the kinship terminology serves as an oral constitution, amendments to which involve new terms with pertinent etymologies. By carefully noting the etymologies of innovations, one can reconstruct prehistoric social change.< Less

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