Greetings Good Friends!
I’ve been very busy with my new book launch. Over the summer I will also be relaunching my previous works. So I shall be MIA until sometime in the fall. The plan is to return with more First Nation Stories from the post War of 1812 era. I look forward to sharing them with you then! In the meantime here’s the details on my upcoming launch.
Book Launch at The Book Keeper – 500 Exmouth St. Sarnia, ON Canada 519-337-3171
Monday June 24, 2013 at 7:00 pm
From Ouisconsin to Caughnawaga is the latest book from local author and aboriginal historian David D. Plain.
From Ouisconsin to Caughnawaga is a compendium of spellbinding short stories of the Great Lakes First Nations. The stories cover a two hundred year period between c1618 and 1818 C.E. The interactions between various First Nations and Colonial Governments are related in traditional storyteller fashion. Discover the intrigues between First Nations as they struggle to stem the tide of European colonists ever westward; a battle they would eventually lose.
David D. Plain is an aboriginal historian/author from Aamjiwnaang Territory, Canada. A graduate of Tyndale Seminary, Toronto, Canada his books have received critical acclaim with The Plains of Aamjiwnaang winning a 2008 Golden Scribe Award for excellence in Non-fiction.