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Native Lived Colonialism: Challenging History in the Great Lakes


The Archaeology of Native Lived Colonialism convincingly utilizes historical archaeology to link native experience of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to a deeper history of sixteenth and seventeenth century interactions and to pre-European times. It shows how these Native communities succeeded in retaining cohesiveness through centuries of foreign influence and material innovations by maintaining ancient, adaptive social processes that both incorporated European ideas and reinforced historically understood notions of self and community.

Author: Dr. neal Ferris

Date: 2009

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