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Daniel K Richter
|Notes:||A collection of previously written essays.|
|Description:||viii, 314 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm|
Part I. Native power and European trade. Tsenacomoco and the Atlantic world : stories of goods and power ; Brothers, scoundrels, metal-makers : Dutch constructions of Native American constructions of the Dutch ; "That Europe be not proud, nor America discouraged" : native people and the enduring politics of trade ; War and culture : the Iroquois experience ; Dutch dominos : the fall of New Netherland and the reshaping of eastern North America ; Brokers and politics : Iroquois and New Yorkers --
Part II. European power and native land. Land and words : William Penn's letter to the kings of the Indians ; "No savage should inherit" : native peoples, Pennsylvanians, and the origins and legacies of the Seven Years War ; The plan of 1764 : Native Americans and a British empire that never was ; Onas, the Long Knife : Pennsylvanians and Indians after independence ; "Believing that many of the red people suffer much for the want of food" : a Quaker view of Indians in the early U.S. republic.
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