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Red, white, and black : the peoples of early North America

Author: Gary B Nash
Publisher: Boston : Prentice Hall, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 6th edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gary B Nash
ISBN: 9780205692378 0205692370
OCLC Number: 316017112
Description: xiii, 287 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: CH 1 BEFORE COLUMBUS --
Cultural evolution --
Regional cultures --
The Iroquois --
Precontact population --
The Native American worldview --
CH 2 EUROPEANS REACH NORTH AMERICA --
Spanish and Portuguese expansion into the Americas --
England enters the colonial race --
Early Spanish incursions into North America --
The French penetration of North America --
English images of the Native Americans --
CH 3 CULTURES MEET ON THE CHESAPEAKE --
The failed colony at Roanoke --
The reestablishment of Virginia --
Reoganization and tobacco --
The War of 1622 and its aftermath --
CH4 CULTURES MEET IN THE NORTHEAST --
The Dutch in the northeast --
Puritanism --
The elusive utopia --
Puritans and the Indians --
The question of land --
The Pequot War --
CH 5 THE COASTAL SOCITIES: RESISTANCE, ACCOMMODATION, AND DEFEAT --
Metacom's War --
Bacon's Rebellion --
Colonizing South Carolina --
Carolina-Indian relations --
The Tuscarora and Yamasee Wars --
Quaker-Indian relations in Penn's "holy experiment" --
CH 6 EUROPE, AFRICA, AND THE AMERICAS --
The Atlantic slave trade --
Capture and transport of slaves --
The development of slavery in the North American Colonies --
Slavery in North and South America --
CH 7 THE AFRICAN ORDEAL UNDER SLAVERY --
Coping with enslavement --
Regional variations of North American slavery --
Slave resistance and rebellion --
Black culture in Colonial America --
CH 8 THE TRANSFORMATION OF EURO-AMERICAN SOCIETY --
Eighteenth-century European immigrants --
Land, growth, and changing values --
The cities --
Changing social structure --
The Great Awakening --
CH 9 WARS FOR THE EMPIRE AND INDIAN STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL --
Iroquois diplomacy --
Creek diplomacy --
Cherokee diplomacy --
Transformations in Indian society --
Cultural persistence --
CH 10 THE SEVEN YEARS' WAR AND ITS AFTERMATH --
Population increase --
The Seven Years' War --
Indian strategies in The Seven Years' War --
Indian-white relations after 1763 --
The colonizers' society after 1763 --
CH 11 THE TRICOLORED AMERICAN REVOLUTION --
The abolitionist impulse --
Struggling for liberty --
Exodus of pro-British slaves --
The war comes to an end --
Leaders of the free blacks --
The Indians' revolution --
CH 12 THE MIXING OF PEOPLES --
Indian-European contact --
White-black intermixture --
African-Indian contact --
Cultural interaction of red, white, and black.
Responsibility: Gary B. Nash.

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