Ceremonial Time: Fifteen Thousand Years on One Square Mile: CEREMONIAL TIME

Paperback | April 1, 1997

byJohn Hanson Mitchell

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"Ceremonial time" is the moment when past, present and future can be perceived simultaneously. In this, John Mitchell's most magical book, first published in 1984, he traces the life in a single spot in New England from the last ice age, through years of Indians, shamans, and bears to the colonists, witches, and farmers, and now computer hackers. Illustrated.

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"Ceremonial time" is the moment when past, present and future can be perceived simultaneously. In this, John Mitchell's most magical book, first published in 1984, he traces the life in a single spot in New England from the last ice age, through years of Indians, shamans, and bears to the colonists, witches, and farmers, and now comput...

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"Ceremonial time" is the moment when past, present and future can be perceived simultaneously. In this, John Mitchell's most magical book, first published in 1984, he traces the life in a single spot in New England from the last ice age, through years of Indians, shamans, and bears to the colonists, witches, and farmers, and now comput...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.18 × 4.98 × 0.69 inPublished:April 1, 1997Publisher:Merloyd Lawrence Books

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ISBN - 10:0201149370

ISBN - 13:9780201149371

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"Ceremonial time" is the moment when past, present and future can be perceived simultaneously. In this, John Mitchell's most magical book, first published in 1984, he traces the life in a single spot in New England from the last ice age, through years of Indians, shamans, and bears to the colonists, witches, and farmers, and now computer hackers. Illustrated