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review Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900 Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB summary å eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Carol Devens With Countering Colonization Carol Devens offers a well documented revisionary history of Native American women From the time of early Jesuit missionaries to the late nineteenth century Devens brings Ojibwa Cree and Montagnais Naskapi women of the Upper Great Lakes region to the fore Far from being passive observers without regard for status and autonomy these women were pivotal in their own communities and active in shaping the encounter between Native American and white civilizationsWhile women s vo.

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Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900

review Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900 Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB summary å eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Carol Devens Trates that gender conflicts in Native American communities which anthropologists considered to be aboriginal resulted in large part from women s and men s divergence over the acceptance of missionaries and their messageThis book s perspective is uniue in its focus on Native American women who acted to preserve their culture In acknowledging these women as historically significant actors Devens has written a work for every scholar and student seeking a inclusive understanding of the North American pas.

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review Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900 Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB summary å eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Carol Devens Ices have been silenced in most accounts their actions preserved in missionary letters and reports indicate the vital part women played during centuries of conflict In contrast to some Indian men who accepted the missionaries religious and secular teachings as useful tools for dealing with whites many Indian women felt a strong threat to their ways of life and beliefs Women endured torture and hardship and even torched missionaries homes in an attempt to reassert control over their lives Devens demons.

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  • Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900
  • Carol Devens
  • en
  • 22 September 2020
  • 0520075579