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Native America : A History

By: Oberg, Michael Leroy.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource (405 p.).ISBN: 9781118714331.Subject(s): Indians of North America -- Government relations | Indians of North America -- History | Indians of North America -- Social life and customsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Native America : A HistoryDDC classification: 970.004/97 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Maps; Introduction; 1: Myths and Legends; The Beginning of the World; Rules for Living; Bears; 2: Worlds New and Worlds Old; The Fundamental Violence of Discovery; Paths of Destruction; Tsenacommacah; The Mohegans; New Worlds; 3: Living in the New World; Mourning Wars; Colonizing the Mohegans; The Word of God; Colonizing the Powhatans; Forging the Covenant Chain; Native Peoples and the French in a World of War; The Pueblos' Revolt; Horses; The Grand Settlement; The Cherokees; Native Peoples and the Nature of Empires
4: Native Peoples and the Fall of European EmpiresPenn's Woods; The Potawatomis in a World of Conflicting Empires; Settlement and Unsettledness; Life at the Western Door; Behind the Frontier; The Great Wars for Empire; The Proclamation and the Indian Boundary Line; Indians and Empires; 5: Native Peoples and the Rise of a New American Empire; Change in the Far Western World; Declarations of Independence; The Revolution and the Longhouse; Cherokees and Chickamaugas; England's Allies and the Confederation; The Six Nations and the Empire State; Confederations; A New Order for the Ages
A Year of Consequence: 1794The White Man's Republic; 6: Relocations and Removes; The Mohegans' Struggle for Independence; The Rise of the Prophet; Handsome Lake; Dispossessing the Senecas; Pioneers and Exiles; Removing from the Missions; The Optimism of the Imperialist; 7: The Invasion of the Great West; Pledges and Promises; Settling in and Settling down; Homesteaders; Concentration; The Indians' Civil War; Peace and War; 8: The Age of Dispossession; "Conform To It or Be Crushed By It"; Ghost Dancers; The Assault on Indian Identity; Living under the New Regime
The New Life in the Indian TerritoryThe Crows and Life on the Northern Plains; Native Peoples in the Eastern United States; A Movement for Reform; The Origins of the Indian New Deal; 9: New Deals and Old Deals; Reforming Indian Policy; Native Peoples and World War II; Termination and the Coalminer's Canary; Cleaning the Slate; New Frontiers; Red Power; 10: Sovereign Nations and Colonized Nations; Self-Determination; The State of the Nations; Exercising Sovereignty; Toward the Future; Appendix I: A Reference Timeline; Appendix II: Discussion Points for Native America: A Brief History
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Maps; Introduction; 1: Myths and Legends; The Beginning of the World; Rules for Living; Bears; 2: Worlds New and Worlds Old; The Fundamental Violence of Discovery; Paths of Destruction; Tsenacommacah; The Mohegans; New Worlds; 3: Living in the New World; Mourning Wars; Colonizing the Mohegans; The Word of God; Colonizing the Powhatans; Forging the Covenant Chain; Native Peoples and the French in a World of War; The Pueblos' Revolt; Horses; The Grand Settlement; The Cherokees; Native Peoples and the Nature of Empires

4: Native Peoples and the Fall of European EmpiresPenn's Woods; The Potawatomis in a World of Conflicting Empires; Settlement and Unsettledness; Life at the Western Door; Behind the Frontier; The Great Wars for Empire; The Proclamation and the Indian Boundary Line; Indians and Empires; 5: Native Peoples and the Rise of a New American Empire; Change in the Far Western World; Declarations of Independence; The Revolution and the Longhouse; Cherokees and Chickamaugas; England's Allies and the Confederation; The Six Nations and the Empire State; Confederations; A New Order for the Ages

A Year of Consequence: 1794The White Man's Republic; 6: Relocations and Removes; The Mohegans' Struggle for Independence; The Rise of the Prophet; Handsome Lake; Dispossessing the Senecas; Pioneers and Exiles; Removing from the Missions; The Optimism of the Imperialist; 7: The Invasion of the Great West; Pledges and Promises; Settling in and Settling down; Homesteaders; Concentration; The Indians' Civil War; Peace and War; 8: The Age of Dispossession; "Conform To It or Be Crushed By It"; Ghost Dancers; The Assault on Indian Identity; Living under the New Regime

The New Life in the Indian TerritoryThe Crows and Life on the Northern Plains; Native Peoples in the Eastern United States; A Movement for Reform; The Origins of the Indian New Deal; 9: New Deals and Old Deals; Reforming Indian Policy; Native Peoples and World War II; Termination and the Coalminer's Canary; Cleaning the Slate; New Frontiers; Red Power; 10: Sovereign Nations and Colonized Nations; Self-Determination; The State of the Nations; Exercising Sovereignty; Toward the Future; Appendix I: A Reference Timeline; Appendix II: Discussion Points for Native America: A Brief History

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Michael Leroy Oberg is Professor of History at the University of Houston. He is author of Dominion and Civility: English Imperialism and Native America, 1585-1686 (1999; 2003), Uncas: First of the Mohegans (2003; 2007), and The Head in Edward Nugent's Hand: Lost Tribes and Lost Colonies at Roanoke Island (2007; 2010), and editor of Samuel Wiseman's Book of Record: The Official Account of Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia, 1676-1677 (2005; 2009). In addition to teaching, Oberg received a SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2003.

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