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2 thoughts on “God's Island : The History of Tangier

  1. Peter Lehu Peter Lehu says:

    I have a peculiar interest in the history of the Eastern Shore of Virginia and this book did not disappoint I find Mariner's exhaustive but accessible histories incredibly relaxing to read I also love that natives of Tangier Island are called Tangierines


  2. Eric Eric says:

    It's evident that the author is excessive in his attempt to curry favor with the islanders of Tangier The recounting of an apocryphal sermon given by a suddenly rebellious minister during the War of 1812 when the islanders were british collaborators You shall NOT take Fort McHenry spoken to the assembled British flies in the face of the likely scenario that no resistance was offered against the overwhelmingly powerful British Otherwise the description of the islander's simpler lifestyle makes for a good read


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  • Hardcover
  • 186 pages
  • God's Island : The History of Tangier
  • Kirk Mariner
  • English
  • 27 December 2016
  • 9780964839359

2 thoughts on “God's Island : The History of Tangier

  1. Peter Lehu Peter Lehu says:

    I have a peculiar interest in the history of the Eastern Shore of Virginia and this book did not disappoint I find Mariner's exhaustive but accessible histories incredibly relaxing to read I also love that natives of Tangier Island are called Tangierines

  2. Eric Eric says:

    It's evident that the author is excessive in his attempt to curry favor with the islanders of Tangier The recounting of an apocryphal sermon given by a suddenly rebellious minister during the War of 1812 when the islanders were british collaborators You shall NOT take Fort McHenry spoken to the assembled British flies in the face of the likely scenario that no resistance was offered against the overwhelmingly powerful British Otherwise the description of the islander's simpler lifestyle makes for a good read

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