The Myth of the Savage and the Beginnings of French Colonialism in the Americas
A classic study of early contact between European explorers and North American natives. When the two cultures met in the fifteenth century, it meant great upheavals for the Amerindians, but strengthened the Europeans' move toward nation-states and capitalism.
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PARTI American Discoveries and European Images
Early Contacts of Amerindians and Frenchmen
Amerindians in Europe
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