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Stealing Indian Women Native Slavery in the Illinois Country

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ISBN-10: 0252077237

ISBN-13: 9780252077234

Edition: 2010

Authors: Carl J. Ekberg

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Based almost entirely on original source documents from the United States, France, and Spain, Carl J. Ekbergrsquo;s Stealing Indian Women provides an innovative overview of Indian slavery in the Mississippi Valley. His detailed study of a fascinating and convoluted criminal case involving various slave women and a meacute;tis (mixed-blood) woodsman named Ceacute;ladon illuminates race and gender relations, Creole culture, and the lives of Indian slaves--particularly women--in ways never before possible.
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Book details

List price: $27.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Publication date: 1/15/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836

Eric A. Weiss, M.D., FACEP , is an Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, and the Director of the Wilderness Medicine Fellowship at Stanford University. Dr. Weiss has been medical officer for the for the 1996 Summer Olympics, for National Geographic Society Expeditions, and in Nepal for the Himalayan Rescue Association. He is also the author of Wilderness 911, a backcountry medical primer published by Mountaineers Books. Michael Jacobs, M.D., is the author of Survival at Sea, and the founder and program director for the Medicine for Mariners and Safety at Sea Conference. He is a USCG licensed captain and an avid sailor and kayaker.

List of Illustrations
Introduction: The Illinois Country
Indian Slavery
Colonial Louisiana
French Illinois
Spanish Illinois
Couples and Couplings
The C�ladon Affair
Ste. Genevieve: The Old Town
Colonial Revelries
Indian Woman Dead
Indian Woman Free
The Black River
Conclusion: The Price of Freedom