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Transatlantic Encounters: American Indians in Britain, 1500-1776

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With a keen eye for colourful detail, the author deserves praise for his efforts to identify and describe the historical dramatis personae, their motives, challenges, and often unhappy endings. At these domains with surrounding moors, wooded valleys, and freshwater streams, the Etchemin captives were probably free to hunt, fish, and gather, so as to gain their trust and preserve their physical and mental health.

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