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The Indians of the Western Great Lakes 1615-1760 by W. Vernon Kinietz (1965)

The Indians of the Western Great Lakes 1615-1760 by W. Vernon Kinietz (1965)

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Product Description:

  • Author: W. Vernon Kinietz
  • Publisher: The University of Michigan Press
  • Copyright: 1965
  • Edition: Ann Arbor Paperback
  • Binding: Softcover
  • Pages: xii, 427
  • Condition: Good Plus


Black card wraps with title, author, imprint, and illustration printed on front cover. Rubbing on covers, corners, edges, and spine. Light scratches on covers. Soft creases along edges. Textblock edges are foxed and lightly soiled. Text is clean and unmarked. Spine is secure.
Cover design by Quentin Fiore

"Here is the colorful story of the Huron, Miami, Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Chippewa tribes in the years before contact with the white man changed their centuries-old way of life. The book is based on the letters and journals of European traders, missionaries, and officials who visited them between 1615 and 1760 . . . The Indians of the Western Great Lakes is the most complete and authentic study of its kind -- a unique contribution to social science as well as a fascinating account of the rich variety of Indian life."


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