Empire and Others British Encounters with Indigenous Peoples, 1600-1850
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Description: Empire and Others explores the many complex ways in which identities were forged with Britain and among indigenous peoples through a processs of collision and compromise.
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Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Publication date: 2/1/1999
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
|British identities, indigenous peoples and the empire|
|The British and indigenous peoples, 1760-1850 -power, perception and identity|
|Encounters between British and indigenous peoples, c1500-c1800|
|Native Americans, early modern concepts of race|
|Praying with the enemy|
|King Philips's war and the danger of intercultural mediatorship|
|The cutting edge of British culture - British soldiers encounter native Americans in the French and Indian war|
|Protecting trade through war - Choctaw elites and the British occupation of the Floridas|
|Hunting and the politics of masculinity in Cherokee treaty-making, 1763-1775|
|Racialization and the feminization of poverty in early America - Indian women as the "poor of the town" in 18th century Rhode Island|
|"They are so frequently shifting their place of residence" - land and the construction of social place of Indians in colonial Massachusetts|
|Legitimacies, Indian identities and the law - the politics of sex and the creation of history in colonial New England|
|Images of aboriginal childhood - contested governance in the Canadian West to 1850|
|Authority under challenge - Pikanpul land and Queen Victoria's law during the British invasion of Australia|
|The genocide policy in English-Kalinago relations in the 17th century|
|William Knibb and the constitution of the new black subject|
|"When the saints come marching in" - the anti-slavery society and Indian indentured migration to the British Caribbean|
|North American experience and British missionary encounters in Africa and the Pacific, 1800-1850|
|Losing faith in the civilizing mission - the premature decline of humanitarian liberalism at the Cape|