A Most Pernicious Thing: Gun Trading and Native Warfare in the Early Contact Period
The author challenges the myth of trade dependence which has pervaded histories of this period, by proving the superiority of native weapons over matchlock muskets. A fascinating argument on a contentious ethno-historical issue.
|Publisher||Carleton University Press|
Given, B. (1994). A Most Pernicious Thing: Gun Trading and Native Warfare in the Early Contact Period. Carleton University Press.