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Neighbors and intruders: An ethnohistorical exploration of the Indians of Hudson's River

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282 pages13 hours

Summary

The first comprehensive overview of the Native peoples residing in the Hudson’s River area since E. M. Ruttenber’s History of the Indian Tribes of Hudson’s River (1872), this volume utilizes data from a variety of sources including archaeology, historical documents, and linguistic analyses.

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