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The Last Algonquin Library Binding – June 26, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
Remember as long as someone tells( hears or reads) this tale, the story of Joe Two Trees will continue to live on among the rocks and trees of Pelham Bay Park.
The Last Algonquin. Kazimiroff has penned a masterpiece! In 1924 a young
boy, Kazimiroff's father, encountered a lone Algonquin indian still living
in the wilds of Hunter and Twin Islands in the Bronx, New York. The
mysterious, aged Algonquin, knowing that death is near, entrusts the story
of his life to the young boy. What unfolds is the life of a man; the last
of his people. A story that would have been lost to the ages had it not
been for an adventurous young boy and a chance encounter. As the pages
unfold you will laugh and cry, sink to despair and rise again in triumph!
A must read. This book has classic written all over it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice, clean copy of an out-of-print-hardbound title that measures up to the seller's advertisement at an affordable price.Published 19 days ago by Michael
I loved this book so much and I buy it as gifts for New Yorkers all the time.Published 2 months ago by Iloveamazon
A beautiful if sad account of the last of the free living native americans.Published 5 months ago by Libelula