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His work with the Iroquois Nation was extensive; he was even adopted by a clan of the Senecas for his achievements in bridging the terrible gap between the native American nations and the US.
Much about native America would have been misunderstood or lost had he not written his journals, and his development of kinship systems set the foundation for anthropological work ever since.
The artwork in this book is stunning. The portraits are alone reason for having this book.
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Ranging over three centuries, The Balm of Gilead Tree shows Morgan's mastery and displays a wider scope of his grasp of history and language than his novels.
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Ginny and Tom were well written and very real characters. They fought a lot about Ginny's religious beliefs and Tom being a true workaholic but I never doubted for one minute that they were devoted to their marriage and that they loved each other. This marriage teaches us a great lesson, you never appreciate what you have until you lose it.
Through the vivid descriptions of Ginny and Tom's workload, this book has made me appreciate all of the modern conviences that we have today even more.
This book was well written and enjoyable. I would recommend this book as well as Gap Creek to anyone and I'm looking forward to reading more books by Robert Morgan.
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Even so, it's still worth the effort. It is a fun read, and, though dated, it still kept me laughing unexpectedly over and over again.
Now I know The history behind the street names in seattle, and more about the history in Seattle that I would have never had know.
I'd love to read more books that this authors has written.