Posts Tagged ‘ George O’Connor, GUEST BLOGGER ’


These are the style sheets I made for the three main characters of Journey into Mohawk Country as I began working on the book. The first is a “before” shot, depicting Harmen, Jeronimus and Willem at the outset of their journey. The second is an “after”, with the three Dutchmen showing all the wears and Read the Rest…

Some sketches of time-specific Iroquois rattles. A few of these turn up in Journey into Mohawk Country. I believe this particular selection is from New York’s own American Museum of Natural History. Anytime you see an Iroquois tool or implement in Mohawk Country, there’s a pretty good chance you can see the original in a Read the Rest…

Sometimes while doing research for Journey into Mohawk Country I was frustrated to find that there was simply no information that existed on a topic. A case in point was the subject of Mohawk armor. In the journals of Harmen van den Bogaert that serve as the text for Mohawk Country, there is a major Read the Rest…