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By author: William G. McLoughlin   With: Walter H. Conser Jr., Virginia Duffy McLoughlin
Product Code: H119
ISBN: 9780865541283
Product Format: Hardback
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In these essays a distinguished historian analyzes how the Indian nations of the Southeast grappled with nationalism, slavery, and missionaries. Against the background of this "combined onslaught on their cultural identity," McLoughlin describes what the Indians did "to preserve what they considered most important." The fate of Native Americans was inextricably bound up with the most vital questions of national life.
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