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The Virginia Indian Heritage Trail

Karenne Wood, Editor
Format
Book
Published
Charlottesville, Va. : Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, ©2007.
Language
English
ISBN
0978660439, 9780978660437
Contents
  • Virginia viewpoints: Foreword by Chief Kenneth Adams (upper Mattaponi)
  • Place for the Native voice by Rhyannon Berkowitz (Creek)
  • Virginia Indians: Our story by Karenne Wood (Monacan), director, Virginia Indian heritage trail
  • Observing a complex anniversary by David Bearinger, Director, grants and public programs, Virginia foundation for the humanities
  • Vignettes: Celebration or commemoration?
  • Who was Powhatan?
  • Who was Opechancanough?
  • Who was Pocahontas?
  • Who was Amoroleck?
  • Who was Cockacoeske?
  • Who was Bearskin?
  • Tribes of Virginia: Introduction
  • Chickahominy Tribe
  • Eastern Chickahominy Tribe
  • Mattaponi Tribe
  • Monacan Indian Nation
  • Nansemond Tribe
  • Pamunkey Tribe
  • Rappahannock Tribe
  • Upper Mattaponi Tribe
  • Guide to the sites: Introduction
  • Key to historical eras
  • Tribal sites
  • Interpretive sites
  • Resources: Writing and thinking about Virginia Indians
  • Suggested readings
  • Virginia Indian resources
  • 2007 Virginia Indian calendar of events.
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