|Statement||written and illustrated by Lucille Wallower, assisted by Martha E. Trullinger.|
|LC Classifications||E78.P4 W17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||56004026|
This book, though a bit dated, is well written and gives good detail in the historical, anthropological, and cultural aspects of Native American presence in what is now Pennsylvania. However, one glaring omission due to the original date of publication (), the author does not discuss (nor could he) the later significant finds at Meadowcroft Village near Avella, PA (of which excavations did not start until /5(7). Since its original pub. in , this book has been one of the best & most popular histories of the Indians of PA. This edition updates some factual content while retaining the author¿s original 5/5(2). Indians in Pennsylvania Paul A. W. Wallace. This classic study of the history of Pennsylvania’s Indians, from the time of the European contact forward, was originally published in This second edition has been revised and updated to incorporate more modern content while keeping Wallace’s classic voice and unique perspective. The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania is the definitive reference guide to rich artifacts that repres years of cultural evolution. This authoritative work includes environmental studies, descriptions and illustrations of artifacts and features, settlement pattern studies, and recommendations for directions of further.
The book is called,”The Indian Chiefs of Pennsylvania.” written by C. Hale Sipe in I grew up on a farm in Berks Co. and developed my interest about the native Americans from finding arrowheads and other relics in the fields. The Archaeology of Native Americans in Pennsylvania is the definitive reference to the rich artifacts represent years of cultural evolution and includes environmental studies, descriptions and illustrations of artifacts and features, settlement pattern studies, and recommendations for . The book is also about the ways Pennsylvania's Native Americans are reinventing their history and their cultures to meet their own social and psychological (identity) needs. This book is a much-needed addition to the literature on Native American identity today--the critical issue in contemporary Native American politics/5(3). This is a well researched and excellently presented book on Native American history within what today is Pennsylvania. The Lenni Lenape, which means Real/Original People, were the dominant Indian tribe in Pennsylvania. There were also known as the Delawares.5/5(4).
The Indian wars of Pennsylvania an account of the Indian events, in Pennsylvania, of the French and Indian war, Pontiac's war, Lord Dunmore's war, the revolutionary war, and the Indian uprising from to tragedies of the Pennsylvania frontier.5/5(1). The Indians had then ceased to be an important factor in Pennsylvania history, and those remaining within its borders were chiefly Seneca under the chieftainship of Cornplanter. The Iroquois Confederacy played a minor part in affairs of the Province until , when the aid of the Six Nations was enlisted by the Proprietors in expelling the. How the Indians came to Pennsylvania --The Indian tribes --An Indian village --The work of the Indian men --The work of the Indian women --How the Indian children learned their lessons --The work of everyone --The religion and beliefs of the Indians --The test of manhood --Songs and dances --Why the Indians painted their faces --Indian medicine. County Native Pens Book on Ancestor's Journey Author Craig Pennington’s latest book takes inspiration from an ancestor whose story is the stuff of legends.