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Keith Egloff is Assistant Curator at the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. Deborah Woodward, an editor and writer, develops and produces Web content, books, magazines, and films.
Mixing archaeology, ethnohistory, and modern tribal lore, Egloff and Woodward have assembled an extremely readable general introduction to the 12,000-year history of Native Americans in Virginia. This wonderfully attractive and beautifully illustrated volume is bound to instill the excitement of archaeology in readers and lists the resources available to interested persons that would allow them to follow up on that enthusiasm in a meaningful way. --Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology Members of the Indian community shared with the authors many of their most private grievances, concerns, folklore, legends, and hopes for the future. This joint effort has resulted in a book that is instructive and informative to all people and will help to clarify and eliminate many misconceptions and myths. --Oliver L. Perry Sr., Chief Emeritus, Nansemond Indian Tribe