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Red wraps with Indian silhouette on cover, 63 pp, center stapled, numerous b/w illustrations, index. A little edge wear. Interior bright and unmarked. An attractive copy.
Nearly finished at the time of the author's death in 1962, Kathleen Rowlands completed the editing of this manuscript. Included is a memorial written by Milford K. Smith and reprinted from the Rutland Herald.
"It has been said that Indians never lived in Vermont; that they only passed through and used it as a fishing and hunting ground. The purpose of this book is to prove to the reader that Indians did, indeed, live in Vermont; some of them for many centuries before the coming of the white man . . . The main purpose of this book is to make Vermonters and other interested people aware of the prehistoric and historic Indian cultures that flourished in this area, some of which date back to several centuries B.C."
The pamphlet describes the kinds of Indian sites and artifacts found in Vermont, travel routes and settlements, aspects of Indian culture including dwellings, tools and tool making, hunting, the use and preparation of pottery, weapons, clothing, etc. Additionally the author on how to locate and excavate an Indian site.; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall
Title: Vermont Indians
Illustrator: Illustrated by Armitage, Peg
Categories: U. S. History,
Edition: Third Printing
Publisher: Poultney, Vermont, Journal Press: 1966
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 007159
Keywords: United States History Native American History Anthropology American Indians Vermont Indians Indian Artifacts Algonquins Iroquois Mohawks