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A Journey into Mohawk and Oneida Country, 1634–1635
The Journal of Harmen Meyndertsz van den Bogaert
Revised Edition

Translated and Edited by Charles T. Gehring and William A. Starna

Wordlist and Linguistic Notes by Gunther Michelson

Paper $19.95s    |    978-0-8156-3322-8    |    2013
ebook 978-0-8156-5215-1

"What gives this edition a special place in the vast literature on Iroquoian studies is the careful translation of the text and the extensive scholarly notes."—Choice

"Although it is not the first translation of Bogaert’s journal, it is the best. . . . Annotations provide invaluable material. . . . Benefits greatly from modern scholarship."—History: Review of New Books

  A Journey into Mohawk and Oneida Country, 1634–1635

  Charles T. Gehring is director of the New Netherland Research Center. He has been a fellow of the Holland Society of New York since 1979. In 1994, Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands conferred on him a knighthood as officer in the Order of Orange-Nassau. William A. Starna is professor emeritus of anthropology at the State University of New York College at Oneonta and adjunct professor emeritus of geography, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. He is the author of numerous articles and books, including From Homeland to New Land: A History of the Mahican Indians, 1600–1830. Gunther Michelson (1924–2005) was an expert in the Mohawk language and its documentation in historical sources.

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