The Indian Chronicles by Jose Barreiro

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a novel, American Indians discover the Europeans
 

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JosA(c) Barreiro, Ph.D., senior editorial advisor to Indian Country Today, is one of the nation's leading scholars in American Indian policy, journalism, and publishing. For 18 years, his dedicated efforts helped forge the American Indian Program at Cornell University, where he served as associate director and editor-in-chief of Akwe:kon Press and its journal, Native Americas.
 
Published September 1, 1993 by Arte Publico Press. 308 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But his account is upsetting to Las Casas because of its relentlessly negative view of the Spaniards, who allowed Diego to live as a free man only to take his wife and sons from him in their greed, and who reduced a once thriving, peaceful culture to dwindling numbers of spiritless slaves and poc...

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