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Warren's deft analysis makes clear that Shawnees were not anomalous among native peoples east of the Mississippi. Through migration, they and their neighbors adapted to disease, warfare, and dislocation by interacting with colonizers as slavers, mercenaries, guides, and traders. These adaptations enabled them to preserve their cultural identities and resist coalescence without forsaking their linguistic and religious traditions.
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By Gvido on 08-28-17
Great information well presented
The well researched subject is presented im a good way. The reading of the audio book is very good. The facts on the Shawnee are very well mingled with stories on this and other tribes that crossed their path both on friendship and war. Both the pre colonial and colonial periods are covered in detail, with loads of references to finds and period sources. The period 1800 could have been longer but is sufficient. A great book!
By dagsog on 12-23-14
Did The Worlds the Shawnees Made inspire you to do anything?
Get a different book to enjoy.
Any additional comments?
Maybe a fine textbook or perhaps riveting to an ethnographically inclined effete.
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