Indigenous Histories of the American South during the Long Nineteenth Century

Indigenous Histories of the American South during the Long Nineteenth Century

Smithers, Gregory D.

Taylor & Francis Ltd

12/2019

122

Mole

Inglês

9780367892425

15 a 20 dias

245

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Introduction: Indigenous histories of the American South during the long nineteenth century 1. "The Indians of every denomination were free, and independent of us": Anglo-Virginian explorations of indigenous slavery, freedom, and society, 1772-1830 2. Indian land sales and allotment in Antebellum Virginia: trustees, tribal agency, and the Nottoway reservation 3. Violence and the competition for sovereignty in Cherokee Country, 1829-1835 4. Tribal "remnants" or state citizens: Mississippi Choctaws in the post-removal South 5. Serving the Choctaw cause: Robert M. Jones, sovereignty, and pragmatic diplomacy during the American Civil War 6. A southern portrait by another kind of artist 7. Reflections on the long nineteenth century and Indian Removal
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Adam J. Pratt; American Civil War; American history; American Nineteenth Century History; Buck Woodard; European colonialism; Indigenous sovereignty; Jeffrey L. Fortney; Katherine M. B. Osburn; Kathryn E. Holland Braund; Kristofer Ray; Native American history; Robbie Ethridge; reservations; Trail of Tears; violence; 19th century