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  1. James Fox says:

    This piece gave me a new tag to an important part of my faith – animism. The indigenous cultures had been doing “Christian church” centuries before the foreign missionaries came to bring them something they knew was a marvelous new message and way of life to those primitive savages.

    Thank you Adirondack Almanac.

  2. Larry Gaska says:

    Hello Adam,
    Your writing is inspiring and very thought provoking, please continue. I’m interested in reading more of the “Huron Relations”, have searched on line , and can’t seem to find a source. Can you point me in the right direction? I’ve started to read some of your previous posts and not only enjoy them, but have cause for plenty of soul searching. I look forward to more of your thoughts in the future.
    Thanks, Larry Gaska

    • Greetings Larry,

      Thanks for your kind note. The book is very difficult to find. You would be welcome to borrow the copy I have currently (also borrowed from another classmate) and return it when finished. I do believe there is one source that another of my classmates found, and I could try to find that for you if you’d like to try to order a copy. The best way to get ahold of me is by direct email at peasantryschool@gmail.com. Best, Adam

  3. Hi Adam,

    I am contacting you on behalf of Food Church, a new religious nonprofit I am helping found. While doing my research for the term, I stumbled on your article — and happily so! It seems there are a lot of us with similar calls to grow and share food freely.

    Anyway I just wanted to let you know of our existence and shared goals! Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns.

    Sarah @ Food Church

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