Native Americans and the Early Republic
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Description: This examination of the Native American experience in the post-Revolutionary period, traces histories of specific tribal communities, and explores the stories and pictures used by the Americans to describe Native Americans during the expansion.
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Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: University Press of Virginia
Publication date: 11/1/1999
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|The Continuing Revolution in Indian Country||p. 3|
|Patterns of Interaction|
|The Indian Policy of an "Empire for Liberty"||p. 37|
|The Fictions of Patriarchy: Indians and Whites in the Early Republic||p. 62|
|Native Women in the Early Republic: Old World Perceptions, New World Realities||p. 85|
|Native Communities and the New Nation|
|Onas, the Long Knife: Pennsylvanians and Indians, 1783-1794||p. 125|
|"A Watchful Safeguard to Our Habitations": Black Hoof and the Loyal Shawnees||p. 162|
|Iroquois Livelihood and Jeffersonian Agrarianism: Reaching behind the Models and Metaphors||p. 200|
|Cultural Contact and Crises in the Early Republic: Native American Religious Renewal, Resistance, and Accommodation||p. 226|
|Native American Images|
|The Common Man's Indian: The Image of the Indian as a Promoter of National Identity in the Early National Era||p. 261|
|Imaging the Indians in the United States Capitol during the Early Republic||p. 297|
|American Nations, Old and New: Reflections on Indians and the Early Republic||p. 333|
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