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The red man in the new world drama; a politico-legal study with a pageantry of American Indian history

Author: Jennings C Wise; Vine Deloria
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [1971]
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Genre/Form: History
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Wise, Jennings C. (Jennings Cropper), b. 1881.
Red man in the new world drama.
New York, Macmillan [1971]
(OCoLC)609230466
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jennings C Wise; Vine Deloria
OCLC Number: 184888
Description: xiv, 418 pages 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Foreword --
The Norse discovery and colonization of ancient America --
The tragedy of Westland --
The rediscovery of America --
The European politico-religious conspiracies --
Roberval and the prophet Dekanawida --
Dekanawida, Hiawatha and the Hodenosaunnee --
Raleigh and the first English colony --
New England: the Iroquois and New Netherlands --
"Saint Tammany" and the first proposal of union --
Sir William Johnson and the French war --
The revolt of Pontiac and a new British policy --
Indians and the American Revolution --
The United States of America and the United Indian Nations --
The Constitution and the new status of the Indians --
The Northwest Territory and the Indian charter --
Fallen timbers and the Jay-Grenville treaty of 1794 --
Jefferson, Louisiana and Tecumseh --
Tippecanoe and the War of 1812 --
Monroe and Johnson v. McIntosh --
Adams and Jackson: the rape of the eastern tribes --
Black Hawk, Osceola and the eventual removal west --
The Oregon Trail and the Forty-Niners --
The Civil War, railroads and the Minnesota Sioux --
Driven to the reservations --
The reform movement --
Geronimo and Sitting Bull: the last Indians --
The early Indian system analyzed --
The "Cowboy President" and the Buffalo Party in the saddle again --
The Indians and the First World War --
Indian citizenship and their anomalous politico-legal status --
Reaction and continued neglect --
The New Deal and the Indian Reforms --
The great Indian war of the twentieth century --
The rise of Indian organizations --
Social programs of the 60s --
The rise of Indian activism --
Conclusion --
appendix --
index.
Responsibility: [by] Jennings C. Wise. Edited, rev., and with an introd. by Vine Deloria, Jr.

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