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Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: Number 3: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By Timothy K. Perttula
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A compilation by Timothy K. Perttula including articles from Historical Archaeology. Topics include Colonial Perspectives, The Effects of Introduced Epidemic Diseases, and Case Studies in North... More > America.< Less
Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By SHA
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A compilation by Timothy K. Perttula including articles from Historical Archaeology. Topics include Colonial Perspectives, The Effects of Introduced Epidemic Diseases, and Case Studies in North... More > America. For a complete Table of Contents, please view http://pastfoundation.org/lulu/2luxdo5.jpg, or visit the publication's homepage and click "preview" beneath the large image of the cover, which will display the first few pages of the book.< Less
Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: The Archaeology of Native American-European Culture Contact By SHA
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A compilation by Timothy K. Perttula including articles from Historical Archaeology. Topics include Colonial Perspectives, The Effects of Introduced Epidemic Diseases, and Case Studies in North... More > America. For a complete Table of Contents, please view http://pastfoundation.org/lulu/2luxdo5.jpg, or visit the publication's homepage and click "preview" beneath the large image of the cover, which will display the first few pages of the book.< Less
Shawnee Heritage IV By Don Greene
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The fourth in the collection of Shawnee Heritage Books by Author Don Greene. This book contains the Surnames M-Z of the Pre-1700's. Includes information of the epidemics and villages of the time.
Our Galaxy, The Wolf Trail By Theo Cecil DeCelles
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Dawn Red Sky must attempt to escape the ultimate persecution in order to save her dignity. While on a long journey alone in the wilderness, she learns about being a woman of fierce independence under... More > the stars, finding strength in ways she never could have imagined. She is captured by an enemy nation and sold as a bargain to a frontier bachelor with a shady past. He changes her name to ‘Victoria’ trying to make her look ‘white’ to blend in with the gold mining town of Helena. Victoria Redsky finds dirty challenges that has herself questioning her submissive circumstances and playing second fiddle to the white women in town of Hell's Gate, Montana, known as the 'badlands' full of lewdness, vice, and outlaws. Victoria longs to return to her people adrift in a drug epidemic. She is caught between saints and sinners, women against women, trying not to get attached to men who are fly-by-nights.< Less
A Man Who Needs Love By Doreen Milstead
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Woman Alone On The Oregon Trail: God Is My Only Companion, Against all advice, a newly-certified woman doctor from back east travels alone on the Oregon Trail, headed for California to help a man she... More > met through correspondence and to assist him in nursing sick Native Americans through a virulent smallpox epidemic. Mary Finds Charles In The River, is a love story about faith and the human spirit. When a young woman sits reading her bible by a favorite spot on the riverbank, a wild-looking black stallion that plunges into the water surprises her, throwing off its rider. Ana & The Man With Far More Children Than Expected - When Ana signed up as a schoolteacher in California, she thought she was going to be working in a schoolhouse near Sacramento. A Family For Jacob -- Jacob knew he was dying but wanted a family and son more than anything else in the world.< Less
The Wandering Jew: Complete By Eugene Sue
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The Wandering Jew (French: Le Juif errant) is an 1844 novel by the French writer Eugène Sue. The prologue of the text describes two figures who cry out to each other across the Bering... More > Straits. One is the Wandering Jew, the other his sister, Hérodiade. The Wandering Jew also represents the cholera epidemic— wherever he goes, cholera follows in his wake. The Wandering Jew and Hérodiade are condemned to wander the earth until the entire Rennepont family has disappeared from the earth. The connection is that the descendants of the sister are also the descendants of Marius de Rennepont, Huguenots persecuted under Louis XIV by the Jesuits. The brother and sister are compelled to protect this very family from all harm. After this first introduction, the two appear only very rarely. The Rennepont family is unaware that these protective éminences grises exist, but they benefit from their protection in various ways, be it by being saved from scalping by the Native Americans, or from languishing in prison.< Less