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44 Gypsy Ln
Bennington, Vermont, 05201
United States

(802)4427158

The Bennington, Fine art sales galleries, Wind Sculptures, Covered Bridge Museum, and a permanent collection of wildlife and Native American art and artifacts

Books

- A selection of books from The Bennington's shop -

The shop features over fifty titles relating to the artists and exhibits on display; contact the shop at 802-442-7158 for more information.

The Original Vermonters - William A. Haviland & Marjory W. Power

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The Original Vermonters - William A. Haviland & Marjory W. Power

24.95

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A book about Vermont's native inhabitants, past and present.

(revised and expanded edition)

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This book is an attempt to make available to the general reader what anthropologists have learned (and are still learning) about Vermont's original inhabitants, past and present. In it, we have striven for synthesis, rather than presentation of detail, so that the book might have the broadest possible appeal. Our presentation is kept as uncomplicated as possible, with the concepts employed, emerging or made clear, in the course of it.  What we have to offer, then, is a general statement about how people lived in Vermont before the arrival of the Europeans, why they lived the way they did, and what has been their fate in the wake of foreign intrusion and domination. 

"An extraordinarily fine book about the entire time range of Native American presence in Vermont ... Those interested in studying North-eastern Indians (past and present) and the Vermont Abenaki themselves should be delighted with the publication" - American Indian Culture and Research Journal