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by James W. Brown,Rita T. Kohn

eBook Long Journey Home: Oral Histories of Contemporary Delaware Indians ePub
Author: James W. Brown,Rita T. Kohn
Language: English
ISBN: 0253349680
ISBN13: 978-0253349682
Publisher: Indiana University Press; First Edition edition (January 7, 2008)
Pages: 448
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 230
Formats: docx mobi mobi lrf
ePub file: 1783 kb
Fb2 file: 1731 kb

Long Journey Home: Oral . .has been added to your Cart. By publishing this valuable collection of oral histories of the Delaware Indians, has helped recover much of these Indians' history since their days in Kansas Territory in the 1850s.

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by Rita Kohn, W. Lynwood Montell; Long Journey Home Oral Histories of Contemporary Delaware Indians (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2008. Pp. xxvii, 416. Illustrations, bibliography, index. DOI: 1. 378/indimagahist.

Through first-person accounts, Long Journey Home presents the stories of the Lenape, also known as the Delaware Tribe. These oral histories, which span the post–Civil War era to the present, are gathered into four sections and tell of personal and tribal events as they unfold over time and place. The history of the Lenape is one of forced displacement, from their original tribal home along the eastern seaboard into Pennsylvania, continuing with a series of displacements in Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas, and the Indian Territory. For the group of Lenape interviewed for this book, home is now the area around Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The stories of their long journey have been handed down and remain part of the tribe's collective memory and bring an unforgettable immediacy to the tale of the Lenape. Above all they make clear that the history of seven generations remains very much alive.

invincible
Excellent experience in every way. If you're Lenape or want to know about that Nation, THIS IS THE BOOK to get!
Whitescar
The oral interviews were interesting but incorrect statements should be either footnoted or corrected. For example, one of the interviews states that Charles Journeycake was 1/4 Delaware. He was 3/4 Native American (1/2 Delaware). He was a devout Christian and forgive the white people because they gave his people the gospel of Christ. The interviewee suggested there was some reason for spreading the gospel other than his deep love of Jesus. There are other misstatements based on the interviewee's prejudices so read with that in mind.
Saithi
Great!
Domarivip
Enjoyed the history and the journey's of such a strong Tribe and family! I will surely pass the book on to my father...who is just as intrigued with history.
Loni
This is an amazing book of interviews with a number of Lanape, Delaware Indians. It is so amazing to hear their stories. The pictures of the individuals are beautifully done. I love this book, it is one you pick up over and over.
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