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When The Great Canoes Came

When The Great Canoes Came
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Finally , he went so far upstream that he left Chickahamen country and moved ... the Great Canoes Came 91 to edge back toward 90 WHEN THE GREAT CANOES CAME.

Seventy-five years after the English colonize Jamestown, an Indian queen, focusing on the native American perspective, tells the children of the Pamunkey tribe about the lore, legends, and history of their people before and after the Europeans' arrival.


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