This book serves as a means of filling in the blanks often found in European centric history textbooks. The book discusses an array of subjects such as religious studies, law, intellectual history, oral history, and the varying perspectives of the arrival in America by Columbus in the 15th century up to the Mi’Kmaw concordat in the 17th century. A unique perspective present in this text is the analysis of the relationship between the Mi’kmaq people and the Holy Roman Empire.
Henderson, James Youngblood. The Míkmaw concordat . Halifax, N.S.: Fernwood, 1997. Print.