The World Turned Upside Down: Indian Voices from Early America Character Descriptions

Colin G. Calloway
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Mary Jemison - This white European enjoyed a typical colonist's life until she was abducted by Iroquois Indians at age fifteen in 1758.

Samson Occom - This individual was born in 1723 into the Mohegan Indian tribe and describes in his autobiography growing up as a heathen living off the land, hunting, and cultivating crops.

Client Chiefs - To help control Indian populations, Europeans would install these individuals who would support European interests, which included sending Indian warriors into European wars.

John Heckewelder - This individual was a Moravian missionary who wrote about the customs and history of native tribes.

John Eliot - This famous New England missionary established praying towns in order to educate and convert Indian communities to Christianity.

Penobscot - This Native American was involved in the Casco Bay land negotiation and stated that he never consented to land being transferred.

Atiwaneto - This Abenaki Indian...

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