[KINDLE] ❥ Relation of Virginia ➛ Henry Spelman – Terrapin-info.co.uk

Relation of Virginia A Memoir Of One Of America S First Adventurers, A Young Boy Who Acted As A Link Between The Jamestown Colonists And The Patawomecks And Powhatans Being In Displeasure Of My Friends, And Desirous To See Other Countries, After Three Months Sail We Come With Prosperous Winds In Sight Of Virginia So Begins The Fascinating Tale Of Henry Spelman, A 14 Year Old Boy Whose Mother Sent Him To Virginia In 1609 One Of Jamestown S Early Arrivals, Spelman Soon Became An Integral Player, And Sometimes A Pawn, In The Power Struggle Between The Chesapeake Algonquians And The English Settlers Shortly After He Arrived In The Chesapeake, Henry Accompanied Another English Boy, Thomas Savage, To Powhatan S Capital And After A Few Months Accompanied The Patawomeck Chief Iopassus To The Potomac Spelman Learned Chesapeake Algonquian Languages And Customs, Acted As An Interpreter, And Knew A Host Of Colonial America S Most Well Known Figures, From Pocahontas To Powhatan To Captain John Smith This Remarkable Manuscript Tells Henry S Story In His Own Words, And It Is The Only Description Of Chesapeake Algonquian Culture Written With An Insider S Knowledge Spelman S Account Is Lively And Violent, Rich With Anthropological And Historical Detail A Valuable And Unique Primary Document, This Book Illuminates The Beginnings Of English America And Tells Us Much About How The Chesapeake Algonquians Viewed The English Invaders It Provides The First Transcription From The Original Manuscript Since 1872.

  • Hardcover
  • 96 pages
  • Relation of Virginia
  • Henry Spelman
  • 03 March 2018
  • 9781479835195

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13 thoughts on “Relation of Virginia

  1. says:

    Relation of Virginia by Henry Spelman Karen Ordahl Kupperman is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early March.The 17th century writings of Henry Spelman of meeting with Native populations mostly the Powhatan to learn their languages and train diplomats, though it was published in the latter 19th century around Victorian times Its cleanly transcribed text is a page away from the preserved written journal, then a direct Olde English transcription finishes it all off At its core, it s an ideal room where it happened ethnography, since it takes place chronologically after making landfall in 1609, then writing of multitheism, charting flora fauna, Native culture, and customs.

  2. says:

    This is a 2.5 tbh

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