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Preying Indians Thomas Medonis

Preying Indians

Thomas Medonis

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Preying Indians delivers a fascinating and unique exploration into the origin of America. The past is carefully displayed through a white mans Native American perspective, clearly portraying the great wickedness that had occurred in forming theMorePreying Indians delivers a fascinating and unique exploration into the origin of America. The past is carefully displayed through a white mans Native American perspective, clearly portraying the great wickedness that had occurred in forming the southern New England Colonies. The history shared concludes in the year 1676, the same year that ended King Philips life. King Phlips war, as well as other tragic events, will help the reader become familiar with an amazing lost history. In a fashionable manner, Medonis elucidates the Connecticut River Valleys assiduous past. The birth of the United Colonies in 1643 displays the genesis of Americas superior power, which was first practiced upon the Native American. Sadly, this method of governing a man of a different complexion seemingly destroyed all original local traditions. Depravity is clearly presented in several incidents throughout various New England plantations. One bright spot between Indian and the white man was witnessed in Marthas Vineyard- the Indian successfully became a Christian. Was conversion into a foreign religion a realistic vision for the Indian? Does the world of today reflect the views of Preying Indians?