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As good as it gets,
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This review is from: The Children of Aataentsic: A History of the Huron People to 1660 (Carleton Library Series) (Hardcover)
This weighty book is superb reading. It covers the short and tragic history of the Huron people of the eastern great lakes from prehistory to their first contacts with the French in the early 17th century to their destruction as an independent people by Iroquois raids in 1649.
For anyone interested in the early contacts between native peoples and Europeans, the very early fur trade, early missionaries in the Americas, the conflict between new religions and old traditions this is essential reading.
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