Twa Tribes: two peoples, two cultures. Many popular books have been inspired by the early days of European settlement in North America, leaving today's readers confused about what actually happened. Based on the contemporary writings of three very different individuals, this is an enlightening account of the special relationship some Scots developed with the native peoples. Hugo Reid, Alexander Ross and Charles McKenzie, who feature in this book, assumed the language and culture of the tribes they encountered, leaving behind a remarkable legacy of a unique understanding between the Twa Tribes.
By Tom Bryan (soft cover)