Journey Into Mohawk Country by George O'Connor

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Harmen Meyndertsz van den Bogaert was only twenty three when he ventured into Mohawk territory in search of the answers to some pressing questions: where were all the beaver skins that the Indians should have been shipping down the river? Was the money that should have been going into the pockets of the Dutch going to the French instead? Despite freezing temperatures and a scarcity of trustworthy guides, maps, and sometimes even food, Harmen van den Bogaert and his friends set off for a journey through old New York in an attempt to revive the struggling fur trade. Nearly four centuries later, George O'Connor brings Harmen van den Bogaert's journal of his travels to life with simple and striking artwork.

About George O'Connor

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George O'Connor is an author, illustrator and cartoonist. His graphic novel work includes his Olympians series, which retells the classic Greek myths in comics form, and the illustrations for Adam Rapp's Ball Peen Hammer. He has also published several children's picture books, including the New York Times best-selling Kapow, Sally and the Some-Thing, and Uncle Bigfoot. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Published September 5, 2006 by First Second. 144 pages
Genres: History, Comics & Graphic Novels, Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Travel, Young Adult, Biographies & Memoirs, Children's Books. Fiction

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O’Connor’s graphic novel is an example of the kind of work that will engage younger teens and spark interest in a potentially dull and little-known segment of American history.

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