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by William M. Beauchamp

  • Author: William M. Beauchamp
  • ISBN: 0404118119
  • ISBN13: 978-0404118112
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Ams Pr Inc; First edition (June 1, 1905)
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by. Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925. Albany : New York State Education Department.

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William Martin Beauchamp (March 25, 1830 – 1925) was an American ethnologist and Episcopal clergyman. He published several works on the archeology and ethnology of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) in New York. Beauchamp was born in Coldenham, Orange County, New York. He received his education at Skaneateles Academy until 1845. He graduated from the DeLancey Divinity School, and received Doctor of Sacred Theology (. Sacrae Theologiae Doctor) in 1886 for Hobart College

William Martin Beauchamp (March 25, 1830 – 1925) was an American ethnologist and Episcopal clergyman. Books by William Martin Beauchamp. Mor. rivia About A History of the.

Beauchamp, William Martin. A history of the New York Iroquois, now commonly called the Six Nations. Port Washington : Friedman. Beauchamp, William Martin. A history of the New York Iroquois, now commonly called the Six Nations, Friedman Port Washington 1962. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1962, A history of the New York Iroquois, now commonly called the Six Nations, Friedman Port Washington.

Bibliographic Details. Title: A history of the New York Iroquois,: Now. Publication Date: 1905. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included. Publisher: New York State Education Dept.

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William Martin Beauchamp was an American ethnologist and Episcopal clergyman. He published several works on the archeology and ethnology of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) in New New York He received his education at Skaneateles Academy until 1845

William Martin Beauchamp was an American ethnologist and Episcopal clergyman. He published several works on the archeology and ethnology of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) in New New York He received his education at Skaneateles Academy until 1845. 1884-1910 was archaeologist of New York State Museum. In 1889 the United States Bureau of Ethnology commissioned him to survey the Iroquois territory in New York and Canada, and to prepare a map indicating the location of all the known Indian sites in that region.

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Beauchamp, William M. 1898 Earthenware of the New York Aborigines. Engelbrecht, William 1985 New York Iroquois Political Development. New York State Museum Bulletin 5(22). University of the State of New York, Albany. Beauchamp, William M. ca. 1910 Antiquities of Onondaga. New York State Library, Albany. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C. Engelbrecht, William 1995 The Case of the Disappearing Iroquois: Early Contact Period Superpower Politics. Northeast Anthropology 50:35–59.

The interest displayed by the citizens of New York in the bulletins prepared by Dr. Beauchamp on the various implements and ornaments used by the New York Indians and his bulletin on their tribal distribution , has led me to suggest to him the preparation of a history of the Six Nations. This has accordingly been written and is now at the service of all those interested in these early inhabitants of the State, who, while at times they were much to be dreaded as enemies, have probably in one way or another, greatly aided the white man in his early attempts at settlement. Unable to assimilate civilization, they have gradually passed away and left to their successors, predominantly Anglo-Saxon, the task of recording for posterity what is known of their history , distribution and customs.
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