Front cover image for The last Algonquin

The last Algonquin

Theodore L. Kazimiroff (Author)
The story of an Algonquin who was living off the land in a park in the Bronx during the 1920s. A document of the life of an extraordinary man, the last of his tribe, who lived in an untouched corner of New York City, as his ancestors had lived before him
Print Book, English, 1982
Walker, New York, 1982
collective biographies
xxv, 197 pages : maps ; 24 cm
9780802706980, 9780802775177, 0802706983, 0802775179
A strange meeting
A clay pot
"How "medicine" came to be
A gift is passed across the ages
"Indian fishing"
The joining of two clans
Last of the Turtle Clan
The American City
New York
A wounded fugitive
The hardest winter
The cave bear
The coal mine
Indian again
The red-haired woman
The yellow-eyed dog
A dugout canoe
On the Hudson River
The attack
To the land of his ancestors
Includes index