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Sacred Feathers: The Reverend Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby) and the Mississauga Indians (KAHKEWAQUONABY THE MISSISSAUGA INDIANS) ePub download

by Donald B. Smith

  • Author: Donald B. Smith
  • ISBN: 0803241739
  • ISBN13: 978-0803241732
  • ePub: 1792 kb | FB2: 1933 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: University of Nebraska Press; First Edition edition (October 1, 1987)
  • Pages: 408
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Sacred Feathers: The Reverend Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby) and the Mississauga Indians (KAHKEWAQUONABY  THE MISSISSAUGA INDIANS) ePub download

Xix, 372 pages, pages of plates : 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 339-360) and index.

Xix, 372 pages, pages of plates : 22 cm. Preface - An Indian boyhood - The Mississauga Indians - Sacred Feathers becomes Peter Jones - Born again - The Mississaugas' cultural revolution - "Go ye into all the world" - Opposition - Fund-raising - Eliza - "All out of tune" - Land and education - Fron Edinburgh to Echo.

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Peter Jones (1802–1856), known in Ojibwe as Kahkewaquonaby ( Sacred Feathers ), worked for a full and equal partnership between the Mississauga, or Ojibwe, and the non-Aboriginal settlers

Published by: University of Toronto Press. Peter Jones (1802–1856), known in Ojibwe as Kahkewaquonaby ( Sacred Feathers ), worked for a full and equal partnership between the Mississauga, or Ojibwe, and the non-Aboriginal settlers. In the early and mid-nineteenth century the Ojibwe in what is now southern Ontario had lost much of their autonomy, and almost all of their traditional territory.

Sacred Feathers (1802–1856), or Peter Jones, as he became known in English, grew up hearing .

Sacred Feathers (1802–1856), or Peter Jones, as he became known in English, grew up hearing countless stories of the treachery in those negotiations, early lessons in the need for Indian vigilance in preserving their land and their rights. Kelly in Saturday Night when the book was first published in 1988, This biography achieves something remarkable.

The Reverend Peter Jones emerges as a major figure in Canadian Indian history, worthy company for Tecumseh and .

The Reverend Peter Jones emerges as a major figure in Canadian Indian history, worthy company for Tecumseh and Joseph Brant. Donald C. MacDonald - Toronto Star. Sacred Feathers (1802–1856), or Peter Jones, as he became known in English, grew up hearing countless stories of the treachery in those negotiations, early lessons in the need for Indian vigilance in preserving their land and their rights. Donald B. Smith’s biography of this remarkable Ojibwa leader shows how well those early lessons were learned and how Jones used them to advance the welfare of his people.

Peter Jones (January 1, 1802 – June 29, 1856) was an Ojibwe Methodist minister, translator, chief and author from Burlington Heights, Upper Canada

Peter Jones (January 1, 1802 – June 29, 1856) was an Ojibwe Methodist minister, translator, chief and author from Burlington Heights, Upper Canada. His Ojibwa name was Kahkewāquonāby (Gakiiwegwanebi in the Fiero spelling), which means " Waving Feathers". In Mohawk, he was called Desagondensta, meaning "he stands people on their feet". In his youth his band of Mississaugas had been on the verge of destruction

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