The boundaries between us : natives and newcomers along the frontiers of the Old Northwest Territory, 1750-1850

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Contributors: Barr, Daniel P., 1971- (ed.)
Format: Book
Published: Kent, Ohio : Kent State University Press, c2006.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Fluid boundaries and negotiated identities : intersection, accommodation, and conflict on an evolving frontier
  • The Shawnees and the English : captives and war, 1753-1765 / Ian K. Steele
  • "This land is ours and not yours" : the Western Delawares and the Seven Years' War in the Upper Ohio Valley, 1755-1758 / Daniel P. Barr
  • "We speak as one people" : Native unity and the Pontiac Indian uprising / David Dixon
  • "The Indians our real friends" : the British Army and the Ohio Indians, 1758-1772 / Matthew C. Ward
  • Two paths to peace : competing visions of Native space in the old northwest / Lisa Brooks
  • "A superior civilization" : appropriation, negotiation, and interaction in the Northwest Territory, 1787-1795 / Frazer Dorian McGlinchey
  • Three men from three rivers : navigating between native and American identity in the Old Northwest Territory / Donald H. Gaff
  • Negotiating law on the frontier : responses to cross-cultural homicide in Illinois, 1810-1825 / Bruce P. Smith
  • "Justice and public policy" : Indian trade, treaties, and removal from northern Indiana, 1826-1846 / Phyllis Gernhardt
  • Bringing about the dawn : agriculture, internal improvements, Indian policy, and Euro-American hegemony in the old northwest, 1800-1846 / Ginette Aley
  • "A perfect Apollo" : Keokuk and Sac leadership during the removal era / Thomas J. Lappas.