Careers For Women - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Scott, Joanna
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The first section of this chapter goes back to 1535 when the Iroquois tribe populated the land. A French explorer, Jacques Carter, befriended the Iroquois and learned their ways of life and vice versa. They interacted peacefully with each other. However, when Carter left the land and; then, returned, the entirety of the tribe was gone. He assumed that there was a battle with the Mohawks, and they over took the Iroquois because the Mohawks had far superior warriors.

Moving towards the present moment of the narrative, the reader is transported to a meeting in Visby with the farmers and fishers of the land as they try to find a solution to the devastating pollution contaminating the valley. Mr. Unsworth, a lawyer and a Mohawk, described that they needed concrete evidence of soil, of water, and perhaps even of the crops and animals that were...

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