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Publisher's Summary

Drawing on archaeology, historical evidence, oral traditions, and linguistics, this audiobook provides a view of Iroquois life from the prehistoric period and Owasco sites through the establishment of the Five Nations.

©2003 Syracuse University Press (P)2015 Redwood Audiobooks

Critic Reviews

"An outstanding survey of this captivating episode of America's heritage." (American Archaeology)
"Accessible and plainspoken account of the Iroquois and their homeland... book's strength lies in its use of enthnohistory." (New York History)
"Essential reading not only for scholars... but also anyone interested in understanding contemporary Iroquois world view and politics." (Ontario Archaeology)

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scientific and thorough

Would you listen to Iroquoia: The Development of a Native World again? Why?

maybe. a lot of detail

What did you like best about this story?

the customs and beliefs

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

no

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A bit dry but we knew that going in. Very informative about the ways of the Iroquois

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Nice historical story of American history...very interesting for New Yorkers that opens a point of view that explains what went on in the area.