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Mohicans and their land, 1609-1730

by Shirley W. Dunn

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Published by Purple Mountain Press in Fleischmanns, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.),
  • Housatonic River Valley (Mass. and Conn.)
    • Subjects:
    • Mahican Indians -- Land tenure.,
    • Mahican Indians -- History -- Sources.,
    • Indian land transfers -- Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.),
    • Indian land transfers -- Housatonic River Valley (Mass. and Conn.),
    • Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.) -- History -- Sources.,
    • Housatonic River Valley (Mass. and Conn.) -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 272-277) and index.

      StatementShirley W. Dunn.
      GenreSources.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.M83 D86 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination343 p. :
      Number of Pages343
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1093671M
      ISBN 100935796495
      LC Control Number94018080

      The numbers in brackets are their call numbers in the collection of the Schenectady County Public Library; some sources listed are also (or only) owned by other libraries. The Mohicans and Their Land: Fleischmanns, NY: Purple Mountain Press, [R Dun] ("60th anniversary book, commemorating the burning of the. During the Revolution the Mohicans supported the colonists but after the war concluded it became apparent that the Mohicans were not welcome in their village. The Oneida offered them a portion of land and in the mids they began to move to New Stockbridge. Although the community thrived and the population grew steadily, land companies, hoping to make a profit from the land inhabited by County: Columbia.

      MOHICAN GEOGRAPHIC NAMES. The majority of this information comes from "Appendix A: Recorded Land Transactions" and "Appendix B: Names, Locations, Relationships" in Shirley Dunn's book The Mohicans and Their Land , Fleischmanns, N.Y.: Purple Mountain Press Ltd., Other information has been gleaned from additional sources. From Homeland to New Land: A History of the Mahican Indians, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, The book covers the history of the Mahican Indians essentially from European contact to their relocation from New York to Wisconsin.

      The Mohicans and their Land, , by Shirley W. Dunn (Fleischmanns, NY, ), and her The Mohican World, (Fleischmanns, NY, ). The most comprehensive and most accessible of Dunn's substantial and long term work. The last Schaghticoke Indians left the area in during a raid by the French (Shirley Dunn, The Mohicans and their Land, Fleischmann’s, NY: Purple Mountain Press, , p. ) Many settled at the French mission town at Odanak, now an Abenaki First Nations community.


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Shirley W. Dunn is the author of three adult histories on the Mohicans: The Mohicans and Their Land,The Mohican World, and published recently The River Indians: Mohicans Making History. Preceded by The Mohicans and Their Land, — () and The Mohican World, — (), Shirley Dunn's River Indians is her latest account of the native people of the mid- to upper Hudson Valley.

This volume, Dunn announces, is intended "to remind historians, educators, and descendents about the Mohicans in history," and "to.

A new book on the historical Mohicans which I would recommend is Shirley W. Dunn's The Mohicans and Their Land, (Fleischmanns, NY: Purple Mountain Pr., ) Ms.

Dunn was a research resident here at the New York State Library while she was doing research for this book. The majority of this information comes from “Appendix A: Recorded Land Transactions” and “Appendix B: Names, Locations, Relationships” in Shirley Dunn’s book The Mohicans and Their LandFleischmanns, N.Y.: Purple Mountain Press Ltd., Other information has been gleaned from additional sources.

This land deal is occurring even though documentary evidence notes the Mohican sold the falls to the Dutch Van Rensselaers in (Shirley Dunn, "The Mohicans and Their Land, ," Page ). The very name of the Mohicans is related to the word for the Hudson River in the Mohican language, Muhheakunnuk, which refers to the fact that the Hudson is a tidal river (As discussed by s Mohican historian Hendrick Aupaumut, quoted by Shirley Dunn in her book The Mohicans and Their Land ).

A scholar of the Mohicans and early Dutch, she is the author of The Mohicans and Their Land, (), The Mohican World, () and co-author of Dutch Architecture Near Albany: The Polgreen Photographs (), and The Mohicans (), a booklet for young readers.

(All have been published by Purple Mountain Press.). Which led to a number of slide-show presentations about the Mohicans and then eventually her first book in“The Mohicans and Their Land: ” Stay up-to-date with the Daily. The Mohicans and Their Land 15 copies Dutch Architecture Near Albany: The Polgren Photographs 8 copies The Mohican World, 8 copies, 1 review.

“Mohicans and Their Land –,” and “the Mohican World,–” 2 0, years ago the Hudson Valley was cov-ered with an ice sheet feet thick. As the ice masses advanced and retreat-ed, they carved out our pres-ent day was then that the rock shelters and plains along Spook Rock Road, Hudson, New York.

[1] Dunn, Shirley The Mohicans and Their LandPurple Mountain Press, Fleischmanns, NY, [2] Weise, AJ History of the Seventeen Towns of Rensselaer County JM Francis and Tucker, Troy, NY, Bilven, Rachel and others, A Resourceful People: A Pictorial History of Rensselaer County, New York, The Donning Company, Norfolk.

The Mohicans and Their Land by Shirley W. Dunn This book explores the interaction between the native peoples of the upper Hudson and Housatonic Valleys and the. The Mohicans and Their LandISBNand The Mohicans and Their World, Purple Mountain Press, Ltd., Main Street, P.O.

Box E3, Fleischmanns, NY() Frazier, Patrick, The Mohicans of Stockbridge, University of Nebraska Press, ISBN 0.

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Route 9 (US 9) and NY 9G, to get to NY and the Taconic State end: NY in Milan.Shirley W. Dunn, author of The Mohicans and Their Landon LibraryThing. Shirley W. Dunn, author of The Mohicans and Their Landon LibraryThing.

LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Book with CD (1) buildings (1) colonies (1). Further, the recorded names attest to the Mohican people as the original holders of the land.

The majority of this information comes from “Appendix A: Recorded Land Transactions” and “Appendix B: Names, Locations, Relationships” in Shirley Dunn’s book The Mohicans and Their LandFleischmanns, N.Y.: Purple Mountain Press.