Uncovering Hudson Valley Indian History

@article{Seeman2013UncoveringHV,
  title={Uncovering Hudson Valley Indian History},
  author={Erik R. Seeman},
  journal={Reviews in American History},
  year={2013},
  volume={41},
  pages={191 - 196}
}
  • E. R. Seeman
  • Published 6 June 2013
  • History
  • Reviews in American History
Tom Arne Midtrod. The Memory of All Ancient Customs: Native American Di- plomacy in the Colonial Hudson Valley. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2012. xxxii + 297 pp. Maps, notes, and index. $35.00. The Hudson Valley may not have the same rich historiographical tradition of New England and the Chesapeake, but it is the setting for a disproportionate number of influential monographs in early American history. Over the past several decades these have included Sung Bok Kim's Landlord and Tenant… 

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