Of Cannibals and Kings: Primal Anthropology in the Americas

Of Cannibals and Kings Primal Anthropology in the Americas Of Cannibals and Kings collects the very earliest accounts of the native peoples of the Americas including selections from the descriptions of Columbus s first two voyages documents reflecting the in

  • Title: Of Cannibals and Kings: Primal Anthropology in the Americas
  • Author: Neil L. Whitehead
  • ISBN: 9780271037998
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • Of Cannibals and Kings collects the very earliest accounts of the native peoples of the Americas, including selections from the descriptions of Columbus s first two voyages documents reflecting the initial colonial occupation in Haiti, Venezuela, and Guyana and the first ethnographic account of the Tainos by the missionary Ramon Pane This primal anthropology directly guOf Cannibals and Kings collects the very earliest accounts of the native peoples of the Americas, including selections from the descriptions of Columbus s first two voyages documents reflecting the initial colonial occupation in Haiti, Venezuela, and Guyana and the first ethnographic account of the Tainos by the missionary Ramon Pane This primal anthropology directly guided a rapacious discovery of the lands of both wild cannibals and golden kings.

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