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Lenape Country is a sweeping narrative history of the multiethnic society of the Delaware Valley in the 17th and early 18th centuries. Drawing on a wide range of sources, author Jean R. Soderlund demonstrates that the hallmarks of Delaware Valley society - commitment to personal freedom, religious liberty, peaceful resolution of conflict, and opposition to hierarchical government - began in the Delaware Valley, not with Quaker ideals or the leadership of William Penn but with the Lenape Indians, whose culture played a key role in shaping Delaware Valley society.
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By M. R. York on 12-20-17
The narrator has a great voice. But his dry delivery does not fit the book. When dealing with material that is already dry, you need to vary your tone and inflection. He does not do this. Plus, he mispronounces Lenape, a word that is in the title of the book. This oversight alone tells me it was not reviewed before being released on Audible. I’m annoyed I wasted one of my monthly credits on this.
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