Along The Rappahannock: The Homeland of the Nanzatico (Nantaughtacund) Indian Nat

Along The Rappahannock: The Homeland of the Nanzatico (Nantaughtacund) Indian Nat

by Anita L Wills


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Along the Rappahannock the Homeland of the Nanzatico Indian Nation is about a entire tribe written out of history. The Nanzatico lived along the Rappahannock River in Virginia for thousands of years. They lived in intricate longhouses and communities along the Rappahannock River. An incident took place in 1704 that caused a backlash felt by descendants to this day. The Author is telling the story as a descendant of the Nanzatico Indian Nation through her Ancestors Indian Charles and Charles Lewis.

This is a must read for Students of History, History Buffs, and the General Public.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781975688035
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2017
Pages: 102
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)

About the Author

Anita Wills is a writer, and Author of six books, Notes and Documents of Free Persons of Color, (plus revised edition), Pieces of the Quilt the Mosaic of An African American Family, Black Minqua the Life and Times of Henry Green, and A Nation of Flaws JustUs in the Homeland.

She is a History Buff who spent over 30 years researching and Documenting her family History. She uncovered Revolutionary War Soldiers, Civil War Soldiers, Inventors, and others whose contributions were extraordinary. After sharing her findings with her family she decided to write her first book.

She has spoken at UC Berkeley, UC San Jose, UC Sacramento and many other venues in California, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. In 2005 a presentation she gave at Central Rappahannock Library in Virginia was presented on C-spans Book TV. Writing is more than a hobby it is now a passion for this Author.

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