Jamestown, Québec, Santa Fe: three North American beginnings
Smithsonian Books, Mar 27, 2007 - Political Science - 191 pages
An official companion guide to the nationally touring exhibition commemorating the 400th anniversaries of the founding of Jamestown, Qubec, and Santa Fe offers coverage of how each community interacted with Native Americans; traces their respective political, social, economic, and religious systems; and profiles 150 rare examples of seventeenth-century artifacts.
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