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by Professor Terry G. Jordan,Professor Matti E. Kaups
Author: Professor Terry G. Jordan,Professor Matti E. Kaups
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press (December 1, 1988)
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Terry G. Jordan and Matti Kaups studied America's frontier culture to discern its ethnic heritage. In this book, Jordan and Kaups trace America's frontier culture to a surprising corner of Europe's "hard scrabble periphery.
Terry G. Most historians of the American frontier locate its origin in the vicinity of the Delaware Valley. In the 1700s, about a century before Davy Crockett, residents of this corner of Europe depicted their frontiersmen fighting bears! Jordan and Kaups consider evidence from literature, anthropology and architecture.
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In The American Backwoods Frontier Terry Jordan and Matti Kaups offer a detailed analysis of this remarkable culture and present an indepth study of its colonial origins.
In The American Backwoods Frontier Terry Jordan and Matti Kaups offer a detailed analysis of this remarkable culture and present an indepth study of its colonial origins. Historians and geographers have traditionally traced these origins to the eighteenth-century Scotch-Irish and German settlers of the Pennsylvania backwoods. Jordan and Kaups reject this view, identifying seventeenth-century Delaware Valley Finns-and their Indian neighbors-as the major shapers of frontier culture.
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Jordan, Terry G. Publication date. Bibliography: p. 287-331. Kaups, Matti E. Bookplateleaf. Ethnology - Delaware River Region (. Finnish Americans - Delaware River Region (. - History, Frontier and pioneer life - Delaware River Region (. Human geography - Delaware River Region (. Delaware River Region (. Baltimore ; London : Johns Hopkins University Press. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).
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