Clearly, they had figured out how to survive, even when faced with profound and traumatic change.I wanted to understand how that happened.” And so began an academic journey into history, anthropology, cross-cultural psychology, and archaeology that would result in dozens of publications about the history of the Northeastern United States, from the end of the Ice Age to the present.He spent his childhood in “Iroquois country” as the kind of boy who loved to be outside, getting dirty and looking for rocks, fossils, and snakes.“One day I found an arrowhead,” he says, “and that was it.
Bradley was born in Boston in 1947, the first son of Wesley and Barbara Bradley. Thomas Hatley, eds., Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast (Lincoln, Neb., 1991), 35-103. Gleach, "Controlled Speculation: Interpreting the Saga of Pocahontas and Captain John Smith," in Jennifer S. Brown and Elizabeth Vibert, eds., Reading Beyond Words: Contexts for Native History(Peterborough, Ont., 1996). Potter, "Early English Effects on Virginia Algonquian Exchange and Tribute in the Tidewater Potomac," in Peter H. Grumet, ed., Northeastern Indian Lives, 1632-1816(Amherst, Mass., 1996), 13-28. Thomas Hatley, eds., Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast(Lincoln, Neb., 1991), 196-222. Ray, "Indians as Consumers in the Eighteenth Century," in Carol Judd and Arthur J. Gregory Evans Dowd, "'Insidious Friends': Gift Giving and the Cherokee-British Alliance in the Seven Years War," in Andrew R. Thomas Hatley, eds., Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast (Lincoln, Neb., 1991), 151-172. Robinson, "Lost Opportunities: Miantonomi and the English in Seventeenth-Century Narragansett Country," in Robert S. William Hart, The Kindness of the Blessed Virgin, in Nicholas Griffiths and Fernando Cervantes, eds., Spiritual Encounters: Interactions between Christianity and Native Religions in Colonial America (Lincoln, Neb., 1999). Teute, eds., Contact Points: American Frontiers from the Mohawk Valley to the Mississippi, 1750-1830 (Chapel Hill, N. Bradley received his BA in History from Allegheny College in western Pennsylvania in 1969. : Syracuse University Press, 1987(OCo LC)568681181Online version: Bradley, James W. Vernon James Knight, Jr., "The Formation of the Creeks," in Charles Hudson and Carmen Chaves Tesser, eds., The Forgotten Centuries: Indians and Europeans in the American South, 1521-1704 (Athens, Georgia, 1994), 373-92. Thomas Hatley, eds., Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast (Lincoln, Neb., 1991), 279-291. Published in English as Bitter Feast: Amerindians and Europeans in Northeastern North America, 1600-64, trans.