When Christopher Columbus landed on the island of Hispaniola, he discovered the magnificent culture of the Tainan people -- a people who believed in peace, because of their great zemie, Yocahu. Many of the arriving Europeans brought with them brutal assumptions of superiority. Would the Taino tradition of peace be destroyed by that brutality? Or would the Europeans who claimed to worship the Prince of Peace learn from those they conquered? The answers depend not on the culture, but on the quality of the individual Sons of Yocahu.