Native New Yorkers: The Legacy of the Algonquin People of New York

Native New Yorkers The Legacy of the Algonquin People of New York A comprehensive and fascinating account of the graceful Algonquin civilization that once flourished in the area that is now New York

  • Title: Native New Yorkers: The Legacy of the Algonquin People of New York
  • Author: Evan T. Pritchard
  • ISBN: 9781571781352
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • A comprehensive and fascinating account of the graceful Algonquin civilization that once flourished in the area that is now New York.

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    809 thoughts on “Native New Yorkers: The Legacy of the Algonquin People of New York”

    1. As a Central New Yorker who spent a few years living "down" in the city, I was fascinated to read about the Lenape people who occupied The Big Apple before it became the Big Apple. Unfortunately, as one reviewer pointed out, the book is a catalog of facts with very little story line. Very interesting, but wonky to follow. A few glaring omissions: 1) The author repeatedly stresses/insinuates that Algonquin still occupy NYC and the boroughs. Why didn't he interview anyone? I would have loved to he [...]


    2. I've marked this book as "read," when sadly, I did not complete it. The topic is interesting - the legacy of the Algonquin People of New York. As someone who both loves New York and has a deep appreciation for the Native American people who lived here before the white settlers, I am fascinated by the interaction of the groups and the remnants of culture that survive, through customs, names, or even just stories passed down from generation to generation. I wanted to appreciate this book as much a [...]


    3. Humbling. Fascinating insights.Dense with references to the native people and their prosperity and connection with the land, plant life and animals. Many maps are referenced, comparable to today.It takes a while to read, process, then re-read the chapters. A view of the world through a Native American's regional research and family history.


    4. This is an amazing book. It's New York history from the Native point of view, and it will challenge every romantic myth you've grown up with. Everyone should read it, adults and young people, too.


    5. Ive always loved to know the history of the area Im living in and this book gave me so much insight I was surprised to read how this history isnt taught in schools. Ive been fascinated by Chief Katonah who is elusive and would love to know if theres more recorded history of this chief.


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