- Title: The Iroquois in the American Revolution
- Author: Barbara Graymont
- ISBN: 9780815601166
- Page: 435
- Format: Paperback
Examines the military and political aspects of the Iroquois role in the American revolution and describes the impact of the Americans and British on the Indian culture.
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"The Iroquois in the American Revolution" by Barbara Graymont is the go-to book on the Iroquois during the American Revolutionary War. Graymont discusses the war, from the perspective of the Iroquois. She describes how the Iroquois society during the period was organized. She points out the various issues, dilemmas and trade-offs faced by the Iroquois. She covers how various sectors of the population approached these problems and how they attempted to address them. Finally, she discusses the res [...]
An excellent book! Graymond brings home in an unbiased manner the humanity--for better and for worse--of all parties involved: Rebels (Patriots), Tories (Loyalists), and their allies amongst the Iroquois. She shows how external political forces, as well as religious differences (Anglican v Presbyterian) and strong individual personalities pushed the Confederacy to the breaking point of civil war during the American War for Independence. She shows the sad way in which the Iroquios allies of both [...]
A source book for interesting facts, but a little slow.
Best book on this subject. All others quote her or can be traced back to this book.
A little chunk of history I wasn't acquainted with.
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