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  • Title: People Of The Pines
  • Author: Geoffrey York
  • ISBN: 9780316902717
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Geoffrey York Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the People Of The Pines book, this is one of the most wanted Geoffrey York author readers around the world.

  2. I m surprised to find that there have been no reviews about this book however, I m than pleased to be the first to review Geoffrey York s People of the Pines A bit of background info first during the summer of the Oka crisis in 1990, I was living in the Eastern Townships of Quebec south western portion of the province, close to the U.S border where I continue to live today This region is approximately 100 km south east of Montreal, where the reserve of Kahnawake is located When the crisis erupt [...]



  3. This was a really good read The author was very detailed and did a lot of research Geoffrey York always does a great job covering First Nations people.


  4. This books covers an amazing topic the stand off at Kanesatake and the blockading of the seaway in Kanhawake It s incredibly detailed at times too much , but gives a good over view of native resistance leading up to the barricades in 90, as well as the history of the mohawaks and european colonizers.The best parts of this book are by far the accounts of the stand off, stuff in the 60 s 80s and some of the internal dynamics Definitely too much specific history this treaty was violated, this treat [...]


  5. It is a really eye opening perspective of the Oka crisis in the 90 s that pitted the Mohawk nation against the Canadian government and local town of Oka It is written from the perspective of the Mohawks and the rationale behind why they wanted to protect their sacred lands from being turned into golf courses.


  6. Most of my memory of this Oka event, was from my activist involvement in Toronto, Queen s Park sleepover It was good to read 23 years later and review what I remembered.