“History as Archaeology”

The Conference on Iroquois Research held their annual meeting last weekend in Albany New York. This conference is an invaluable opportunity for native and non-native scholars, academics, and independent researchers to meet each other and hear presentations on all aspects of Iroquois Studies. I had a great time! Below is the powerpoint for my presentation on “History as Archaeology, the “Schedule of Propositions of the Indians and answers thereto from government …” which is an introduction to the Schedule of Propositions notes on the first two Minute Books of the Commissioners.

history-as-archaeology – as a PDF: should open on your computer.

history-as-archaeology – as a Powerpoint: should download to your computer.


About hopefulwanderer

Writer, researcher, archivist, etc. @ahhunter
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1 Response to “History as Archaeology”

  1. Pingback: Schedule of Propositions made by the Indians … 1677-1714 | The Albany Indian Commissioners

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