Rites of Conquest: The History and Culture of Michigan's Native Americans

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University of Michigan Press, 1992 - History - 333 pages
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A comprehensive and readable history of Native Americans in the Upper Great Lakes region
  

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I was disappointed with this book. I really wanted to understand the people that have lived (and still live) for thousands of years before me. Although it had some interesting maps, the book is ... Read full review

Review: Rites of Conquest: The History and Culture of Michigan's Native Americans

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I was disappointed with this book. I really wanted to understand the people that have lived (and still live) for thousands of years before me. Although it had some interesting maps, the book is ... Read full review

Contents

In the Beginning
1
A Sense of Time a Sense of Place
39
Coming of the Wemitigoji
74
The jagonash and the Chemokmon
128
The End of Power
164
Not the Feelings of Their Hearts
198
On White Mans Road
234
From Yesterday to Tomorrow
264
Bibliography
301
Index
323
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Cleland is Professor of Anthropology at Michigan State University.

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