The People Of The Land Of Flint by Richard Dean CampbellThe People Of The Land Of Flint by Richard Dean Campbell

The People Of The Land Of Flint

byRichard Dean Campbell


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A documented eyewitness account of a community of traditional Mohawk Indians in their struggle for acceptance and self-sufficiency. Relates the historic events which occurred between the re-establishment of the Ganienkeh community at Moss Lake in 1974 and the unprecedented recognition of Native American people at the 1983 Inauguration of N.Y. State Governor Mario Cuomo.
Richard Dean Campbell is Pastor of Grace United Methodist Church in Essex Junction, Vermont.
Title:The People Of The Land Of FlintFormat:PaperbackDimensions:513 pages, 8.48 × 5.24 × 0.29 inPublisher:UPA

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ISBN - 10:0819145513

ISBN - 13:9780819145512


Editorial Reviews

...a passionate, compelling, and sometimes disturbing chapter of recent history...raises pertinent questions...well-written, easily read...Campbell writes for everyday people.