Month: February 2014

Thomas King’s “The Inconvenient Indian” – A Sometimes Contradictory, But Occasionally Constructive, Rant

A review of Thomas King’s The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America (2012). King (1943-) has Cherokee, Greek and German ancestry. I find he sometimes contradicts himself, but some of his recommendations are constructive.

A Review of Some Aspects of the Blog “Six Nations (Haudenosaunee) & The Haldimand Tract: Beliefs Versus Facts”

A review of some aspects of the blog “Six Nations (Haudenosaunee) & the Halidmand Tract: Beliefs Versus Facts.” DeYo, the blog author, is a resident of Haldimand County in Ontario, Canada. His kinship includes (among others) Delaware, Mohawk and Tyendinaga. He comments on “unresolved land disputes” between the Canadian government and the Haudenosaunee.