Indigenous Roots of Social Evolution
A New Book
by Lee Mixashawn Rozie
Available on Kindle E Books
Indigenous Roots of Social Evolution: Interpretation of Historical Data, is a compact guide to Connecticut's Indigenous People, history, relationship to regional Natives and our impact on the modern world. This fresh perspective on Indigenous history is written for scholars, students and everyday people seeking a better picture of how Native people lived before and after colonization. It takes us from before time as we know it through colonial, revolutionary and antebellum life in the place we call New England. It concludes with a 21st century postscript on Hemispheric Principles of creativity, tradition and the continuum of Indigenous evolution. But most importantly this affordable booklet shatters the colonial boundaries most histories portray Indigenous people within.