Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and the United States from the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas

By Ostler, Jeffrey

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9780300218121
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Yale


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Starred Review on May 1, 2019  |  Social Sciences

This first book in a planned two-volume set examines how the policies of the federal government, violently enforced by its military, dispossessed American Indian nations of their homelands and caused population decline. Ostler (history, Univ. of Oregon; The Lakotas and the Black Hills) explores the interactions of specific American Indian nations with the U.S. government, showing that each relationship was unique. The common thr...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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