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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Hatley, M. Thomas, 1951-
New York : Oxford University Press, 1993
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
M Thomas Hatley
|Description:||xv, 320 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||pt. I. Appalachian Prologue. 1. The Enchantment and the Leech: Cherokee Memory. 2. Carolina's Appalachian Promise. 3. The Early Cherokee --
Carolina Trade, 1700-1730. 4. Colonial Minority: Traders in the Village. 5. "We Should Be Well Set to Work to Take Notice of Women's Actions" --
pt. II. An Unstable Margin. 6. "Their Country is the Key of Carolina" 7. "Rumble Parts" 8. "At Peace with All Kings" 9. "The Plainest Road": The Coming of the Cherokee War --
pt. III. The Cherokee War and Its Aftermath. 10. Anatomy of a Conflict. 11. Postwar Colonial Society, 1761-1768. 12. The Cherokee Village World in Crisis and in Recovery. 13. Pain, Profit, and Paternalism --
pt. IV. Revolutions. 14. Closing Borders and Revolutionary Stirrings, 1767-1775. 15. The Whig Indian War of 1776. 16. The Wall and the Path. 17. From Sycamore Shoals to Chickamauga --
Epilogue: Setting the Dance.
Weaving together firsthand accounts, maps, journals, and letters to give a human reality to the facts of war, politics, and the economy, Hatley pinpoints the revolutionary decade - from the little known but decisive Cherokee war through the American Revolution itself - in which both societies struggled over their own identities. Rather than focusing on the Cherokees and Carolinians separately, The Dividing Paths looks at contacts, encounters, exchanges, intersections: their mutual history. Hatley argues that Cherokee and colonial histories cannot be understood separately - that they are inextricably linked - and that the origins of distinctive features of Native American and colonial ethnicity, of seemingly unrelated twists in the political history of each society, are rooted in this encounter.
A pivotal intercultural chapter in the history of the South, The Dividing Path will interest general readers and specialists in Southern, Native American, colonial, revolutionary, and women's history alike.
- Cherokee Indians -- History.
- South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
- South Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
- United States, South Carolina -- Native races.
- United States, South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
- United States, South Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
- Cherokee Indians.
- South Carolina.
- United States.
- Cherokee (volk)
- Cherokee (Indiens) -- Histoire.
- Caroline du Sud (États-Unis) -- Histoire -- ca. 1600-1775 (période coloniale)
- Caroline du Sud (États-Unis) -- 1775-1783 (Révolution)
- South Carolina -- History, 1607-1789