Our People Live … the 16th century in North America was a time of change. The Europeans had entered the scene and with it, new rivalries emerged among the native peoples of the Northeast. Caught up in this were the Neutral or Atawandaron Indians.
They were caught between the powerful Iroquois nation and the Hurons. This is a dramatic picture of the destruction of an unusual people. It has elements of romance and religion. It is based on an actual historical event and is set mainly in the Niagara peninsula. Copies are available. $20.00 + shipping in Canada.