2 edition of only land they knew found in the catalog.
only land they knew
J. Leitch Wright
xi, 372 p.,  p. of plates : ill. Includes index. Bibliography: p. 335-357.
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"The Only Land They Knew" provides a good overview of the history, culture, and experiences of tribes like the Seminole, the Choctaw, the Catawba, and the Lumbee, who survived the tough melting pot conditions of the old racist South to hold onto their aboriginal culture and traditions.
Most survived by living in lands and areas that were least Cited by: From the dust jacket: "The Only Land They Knew is the first full account of the Indians who lived in what became the Southern United States. From the arrival of Ponce de Leon in Florida in to the tragic 'Trail of Tears' in the s, this book captures the history, customs, and contributions of the great tribes of the region: the Creeks, Cherokees, 5/5(2).
In THE ONLY LAND THEY KNEW, J. Leitch Wright describes Indians as a vital and pervasive presence in the American southeast. Their story, as he tells it, is largely a tragedy. After the first Spanish entradas in the sixteenth century, epidemic disease and war killed tens of thousands of Native Americans and extinguished dozens of coastal /5.
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The only land they knew by J. Leitch Wright,University of Nebraska Press edition, in EnglishCited by: 8. Get this from a library. The only land they knew: American Indians in the Old South. [J Leitch Wright] -- "In this unsurpassed history of the Native peoples of the southern United States, J.
Leitch Wright, Jr. describes Native lives, customs and encounters with Europeans and Africans from late prehistory. The only land I know: a history of the Lumbee Indians User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. LJ's reviewer dubbed this history of this little-known tribe of North Carolina Indians an "excellent study" (LJ 5/15/75).
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Cite this Record. Only Land They Knew: the Tragic Story of the Indians in the Old South. Leitch Wright, Jr. New York, NY: New York Free Press. (tDAR id: ). – best resource for reading books.
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In addition to being very thought-provoking with regards to race, culture, and American history & society, the chapter on Henry Berry Lowry was the Indiana Jones of nonfiction/5(5). "Histories of modern American Indian groups are rarely successful.
They tend to be apologetic, chauvinistic, or deeply anthropological. The Only Land I Know is a refreshing counter to the above complaints Intelligently written and readable More books of this kind are needed." North Carolina Historical Review. Myths and Facts about Harriet Tubman, and Selected Quotes and Misquotes.
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Leitch Wright, Jr., Yet, even settlers noticed the sedentary ways of the Indians. They stayed loyal to. "There's a land unknown to the wise men's books And it's never been seen by the men from Cook's.
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