A comprehensive review of the unexpectedly elegant culture of the people who greeted Champlain and other explorers along the St. Lawrence River. The early seventeenth century Wabanakis and their neighbors were socially and technologically sophisticated communities bound together, both politically and economically, by a great alliance with their neighbors. Heretofore unpublished graphics and artifacts complement the text.– Back Cover, Baseline 1609: Unexpected Elegance of the Indigenous Northeast by Frederick M. Wiseman. 2009.
Author(s): Frederick M. Wiseman
Publisher: Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Paperback: 102 pages