A Nation of Women: Gender and Colonial Encounters Among the Delaware Indians, by Gunlog Fur (Review) — 7 Comments

  1. I look forward to your summaries. Little is known about how women were regarded before the arrival of Europeans. However, in Black Elk Speaks, women were at the center of the Sacred Hoop, and, of course, the Earth Mother was, and remains, highly important. Fur’s book is a great find!

  2. thanks for sharing this book with us, sounds like something my daughter and I would love to read

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