Indians in Seventeenth-Century Virginia

Indians in Seventeenth-Century Virginia

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The purpose of this work is to offer a comprehensive summary, prior to the Indians' disappearance, of all manner of life and culture of the Algonquians and of the other tribes known to have inhabited 17th-century Virginia, namely the Iroquois and Sioux. Following his description of the principal tribes within the Powhatan confederation, tribes such as the Nansemond, Pamunkey, Pissaseck, and so on, the author's primary focus thereafter is with the social organization of the indigenous population, and the topics covered are legion: village structure, housing, foods, hunting and fishing methods, tobacco cultivation and usage, ornamentation and decoration, tools, pottery and furniture, implements and weapons, methods of warfare, music and games, marriage and burial customs, crime and punishment, religious beliefs, seasons and festivals, and more.Many villages throughout the state were palisaded, and the houses were well built of poles set in the ground in a ... In the Alleghany area, northern and southern, there is one series (Radford), which uses crushed lime for temper, and ... elbow pipes of stone and of pottery, decorated shell gorgets, an abundance of shell and bone beads, and implements of bone are additional important traits of this period.

Title:Indians in Seventeenth-Century Virginia
Author: Ben C. McCary
Publisher:Genealogical Publishing Com - 2009-06-01

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