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Gregory A Waselkov
|Description:||550 S. : ill., graph. Darst., Kt.|
|Contents:||Part One, Geography and Population Introduction, Peter H. Wood (Duke University); The Land and Water Communication Systems of the Southeastern Indians, Helen Hornbeck Tanner (Newberry Library); Aboriginal Population Movements in the Early Historic Period Interior Southeast, Marvin T. Smith (Valdosta State University); The Changing Population of the Colonial South: An Overview by Race and Region, 1685-1790, Peter H. Wood (Duke University); Interconnectedness and Diversity in "French Louisiana," Kathleen DuVal (UNC-Chapel Hill); American Indians in Colonial New Orleans, Daniel H. Usner, Jr. (Vanderbilt University) Part Two, Politics and Economics Introduction, Gregory A. Waselkov (University of South Alabama); Ruling "the Republic of Indians" in Seventeenth-Century Florida, Amy Turner Bushnell (College of Charleston, emeritus); Early English Effects on Virginia Algonquian Exchange and Tribute in the Tidewater Potomac, Stephen R. Potter (National Park Service); Cockacoeske, Queen of Pamunkey: Diplomat and Suzeraine, Martha W. McCartney (Independent scholar); "Our Bond of Peace": Patterns of Intercultural Exchange in the Carolina Piedmont, 1650-1750, James H. Merrell (Vassar College); Cherokee Women Farmers Hold Their Ground, Tom Hatley (Western Carolina University) Part Three, Symbols and Society Introduction, Tom Hatley (Western Carolina University); "The Chief Who Is Your Father": Choctaw and French Views of the Diplomatic Relation, Patricia Galloway (University of Texas-Austin); The Calumet Ceremony in the Southeast as Observed Archaeologically, Ian W. Brown (University of Alabama); Symbolism of Mississippian Mounds, Vernon James Knight, Jr. (University of Alabama); Indian Maps of the Colonial Southeast, Gregory A. Waselkov (University of South Alabama); The Graysons' Dilemma: A Creek Family Confronts the Science of Race, Claudio Saunt (University of Georgia)|
|Responsibility:||ed. & with an introd. by Gregory A. Waselkov ...|
Praise for the first edition: "Thought-provoking and stimulating ... an important work that enhances one's knowledge of the colonial southeastern Indians."--North Carolina Historical Review "For any
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