Concerning the History of Tree People Open Access

Stavile, Sara Nicole (2015)

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Concerning the History of Tree People is a low magic fantasy novella which traces the lives of indigenous peoples from pre-colonial times to present day. Told in a series of stories with differing forms and points of view, the novella examines the relationships between people and places and how history is written. Other themes include lineage, memory and identity development.

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Being a Collective Account of the History of the Tylrian Continent 1

Journals of Jeffrey Cantor, Naturalist on the First Tylrian Southern Expedition 3

Circles 21

Constructing a Nation: An Abridged History of Tylria 41

"Remembering Whisper Island: Community, Cultural Heritage Site, or Slum?" 43

The Life Journey: A Definitive Guide for First Time Parents -Chapter Eight: Your Child's Magickal Development, Glossary of Terms 47

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition 49

Twitch 51

Transcript of scenes from Broken through Silence: Untold Stories of Domestic Violence 83

Trigger 92

Shale City History Museum Presents "Whispers on the Bay: An In-Depth Look at the Life of Indigenous Peoples" 109

Ghosts 111

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