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All proceeds from this business go to the Pan Tribal Confederacy of Indigenous Tribal Nations


NB - These books are self-published and not available anywhere else, they are valuable for the unique information they contain; if you are looking for a glossy professional publication - you will be disappointed, if however - you are more interested in the actual contents ...then by all means proceed and place your order.


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THE FORGOTTEN AMERINDIAN HISTORY OF BARBADOS
And the origins of the Salem Witch Trials
A Synopsis

ISBN 976-8081-06-06

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The Forgotten Amerindian History of Barbados and the origins of the Salem Witch Trials - A Synopsis', is a 26 page condensation of tantilising & little known facts in the pre-history and recent (19th century) history of the Caribbean Island of Barbados. American students of history are well aware of the Salem Witch Trials - but are they aware that the two principal players were from Barbados (Arawak accused with Tituba and the Rev. Samuel Parris). This book (soft cover) is exclusively available from First Nations Publications for the price of US$15.00 each or US$25.00 for two copies (air mail worldwide included in cost)

A SYNOPSIS OF THE HISTORY & ANCESTRY OF THE
CORRIE FAMILY
AD 0001-2000

ISBN 976-8078-84-7

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A must have for persons bearing the CORRIE surname or any of the myriad variations of it - as it covers the maternal pedigree of the three Corrie brothers William, Thomas & John - and covers Hugh de Corrie - the common ancestor of ALL Corries' on Earth today.

66 pages of Pedigree charts take the maternal ancestry back as far as the year 0001 AD, and includes over 100 Kings and 4 Emperors of Western and Northern Europe and the Brittish Isles - among them : King David I of Scotland, Alfred the Great of England and Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne!

The main focus however is the Corrie line that emigrated to the West Indies in the 1700's - and their descendants today.

Available exclusively from FIRST NATIONS PUBLICATIONS for the price of US$50.00 - which includes air mail postage to any country worldwide. Make INTERNATIONAL POSTAL MONEY ORDER in US dollars payable to FIRST NATIONS INVESTMENTS, and air mail the payment in a sealed envelope to the address at the bottom of this page.


THE ARAWAKS

ISBN 976-8078-71-5

(Out of Stock)

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This 53 page culmination of 8 years of research by Chief Corrie sheds light on a vast array of misconceptions and myths about the first people to encounter Columbus & their surviving tribesmen and women in South America, from Arawak resistance in the Caribbean to a synopsis of 404 years of Eagle Clan Arawak history; ultimately ending in Chief Corrie's well received speech given on August 9, 2000; at the United Nations in New York. The English to Arawak dictionary comes highly reccommended as a complimentary work to 'The Arawaks'. Additionally, each copy bears the original signature of the author.

Available exclusively from FIRST NATIONS PUBLICATIONS for the price of US$25.00 - which includes air mail postage to any country worldwide. Make INTERNATIONAL POSTAL MONEY ORDER in US dollars payable to FIRST NATIONS INVESTMENTS, and air mail the payment in a sealed envelope to the address at the bottom of this page.


AN ENGLISH TO ARAWAK DICTIONARY

ISBN 976-8078-70-7

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This 57 page culmination of 8 years of research by Chief Corrie greatly compliments the information provided in 'THE ARAWAKS'. From the eye opening foreword the book lists 109 parts of the Human body (Arawak to English), cardinal and ordinal numerals, as well as Arawak vowels & their pronounciations - before listing (in English to Arawak) over 2,250 known words of the Eagle Clan dialect of the Arawak language; a dialect considered to be the closest surviving to the Arawak language that was spoken in 1492! One cannot own this important work without also possessing 'THE ARAWAKS' - as the two works greatly compliment each other. Additionaly, each copy bears the original signature of the author.

Available exclusively from FIRST NATIONS PUBLICATIONS for the price of US$25.00 - which includes air mail postage to any country worldwide. Make INTERNATIONAL POSTAL MONEY ORDER in US dollars payable to FIRST NATIONS INVESTMENTS, and air mail the payment in a sealed envelope to the address at the bottom of this page.


PEOPLE OF THE CIRCLE, PEOPLE OF THE FOUR DIRECTIONS

ISBN: 1-57733-013
Cover People of the Circle, People of the Four Directions explores the common spiritual symbols of the Native People of North and South America. Drawing on poems, stories, ceremonies, and ethnological writings, Scott McCarthy gives examples of the use of circles, the four directions, and the number four, both individually and in combination. The purpose of this endeavor is to encourage understanding and dialogue, the kind of dialogue that is inevitable as cultures meet, sometimes colliding, sometimes entwining, sometimes remaining separate.

Blue Dolphin Publishing Inc (800) 643-0765
Nevada City, California, USA
Orders:(800) 643-0765)
paperback $34.95 hardbound:$49.95


DICTIONARY OF THE GUYANESE AMERINDIANS

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Ambassador Hyde presented with book

from The Barbados Advocate, Wednesday April 9, 1997

Hyde Fifth Hereditary Paramount Chief of the Eagle Clan Arawaks, Damon Gerard Corrie, presented American Ambassador to Barbados, Jeanette Hyde with a copy of his book "The Last Arawak King" last Friday.

The Narrative retells the life of Damon's great-grandfather, the Fourth Hereditary Paramount Chief Flying Harpy Eagle, who was the last to rule their ancient Pan-Tribal Chiefdom of the upper Demerara river in Guyana from 1841-1897.

Included is a synopsis spanning 300 years of little-known Eagle Clan history which takes the reader through the mythological origin of the Eagle Clan Arawaks, their rise to power and subsequent collapse which spawned the exiled descendent populations found today in Barbados, England, and Canada.

A second autographed copy for Chelsea Clinton was accepted by Ambassador Hyde who will have it delivered to the White House.

Note: The contents of "The Last Arawak King" is included in the current book "The Arawaks".


A GUIDE TO BARBADIAN HERPETOFAUNA

(Including Introduced Species)

ISBN 976-8078-69-3


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Did you know Barbados is the home of not one, but two species of snakes, The Tropical House Gecko is one of African Origin and the Red Footed Tortoise makes a great house Pet.

All this information and more is contained in Damon Corrie's A guide to Barbadian Herpetofauna. An intriguing little book, it is the first of its kind to provide up-to-date information on the islands reptiles and amphibians (collectively known as herptiles).

The book is available for US$25.00 - air mail postage included, from First Nations Publications at the address below. Make INTERNATIONAL POSTAL MONEY ORDER in US dollars payable to FIRST NATIONS INVESTMENTS, and air mail the payment in a sealed envelope to the address at the bottom of this page.

Only 100 copies were printed of each title!
Orders normally filled within 30 days!

* ALL BOOKS ARE SOFTCOVER UNLESS OTHERWISE STIPULATED *


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The 1999 Journal of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, pages 90 - 98 contain the article 'The use of Symbols by the Lokono People of Guyana' - written by Damon Corrie and Kevin Farmer.

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This map of Amerindian Villages in Guyana (the only one of it's kind) is available in color, in laminated 14" X 11" size for US$10.00 each - which includes air mail postage to any country worldwide.

Make INTERNATIONAL POSTAL MONEY ORDER in US dollars payable to FIRST NATIONS INVESTMENTS, and air mail the payment in a sealed envelope to the address at the bottom of this page.
 
 

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