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Indian traders on the Middle Border : the house of Ewing, 1827-54

著者: Robert A Trennert
出版商: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©1981.
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Between 1827 and 1854, William G. and George W. Ewing of Fort Wayne, Indiana, were important merchants, real estate brokers, and speculators, as well as professional Indian traders. Because these men made it their business to deal with the relatively peaceful tribes on the Middle Border (Pottawatomi, Miami, Sac and Fox), they have not received the attention given to their more glamorous and picturesque counterparts  再读一些...
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Trennert, Robert A.
Indian traders on the Middle Border.
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©1981
(OCoLC)608670411
Online version:
Trennert, Robert A.
Indian traders on the Middle Border.
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©1981
(OCoLC)609259016
提及的人: George Washington Ewing; William G Ewing; George Washington Ewing; William G Ewing
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所有的著者/提供者: Robert A Trennert
ISBN: 080324407X 9780803244078
OCLC号码: 6891401
描述: xiii, 271 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
内容: Fort Wayne merchants --
A decade of treaties, annuities, and trade goods --
Expansion and trade war --
Profit or plunder? --
"The villain Medill" --
Business as usual --
A hard and dangerous business --
Epilogue and conclusion.
责任: by Robert A. Trennert, Jr.

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Between 1827 and 1854, William G. and George W. Ewing of Fort Wayne, Indiana, were important merchants, real estate brokers, and speculators, as well as professional Indian traders. Because these men made it their business to deal with the relatively peaceful tribes on the Middle Border (Pottawatomi, Miami, Sac and Fox), they have not received the attention given to their more glamorous and picturesque counterparts of that era, the Rocky Mountain fur traders. Nevertheless, the House of Ewing dominated trade with the Middle Border tribes, and through its influence in mattes of Indian removal, claims cases against the government, and treaty legislation became a potent force in the shaping of American Indian policy. In this chronicle of frontier business and political influence, Robert A. Trennert, Jr., examines the extent of the relationship between businessmen and policy makers and presents an entirely new perspective on the nation's treatment of the native population. By focusing on the activities of a single trading house, this study offers the first systematic investigation of the professional Indian traders and their influence over the Indians and federal Indian policy. Trennert looks at the many aspects of nineteenth-century Indian affairs from an economic point of view and provides a significant understanding of the working so removal contractors, of Indian claims cases, of the questionable motives behind some treaty negotiations, and of the political pressures involved in the formulation of Indian policy, as well as a unique look at entrepreneurship during the Jacksonian period.

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