The Iroquois in the American Revolution

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Syracuse University Press, 1972 - History - 359 pages
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Examines the military and political aspects of the Iroquois' role in the American revolution and describes the impact of the Americans and British on the Indian culture.
  

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An excellent book! Graymond brings home in an unbiased manner the humanity--for better and for worse--of all parties involved: Rebels (Patriots), Tories (Loyalists), and their allies amongst the ... Read full review

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A source book for interesting facts, but a little slow. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
Forging an Alliance
26
Hold Fast to the Covenant Chain
48
An Uneasy Neutrality
86
Take Up the Hatchet
104
The Tree Uprooted
129
A Scourge Unleashed
157
Our Children Trembled
192
The Path of Vengeance
223
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About the author (1972)

Graymont is a historian and leading authority on the Iroquois Indians. Babara received a Ph.D. in history from Columbia University. She is professor emerita of history at Nyack College, Nyack, New York.

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