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Contested spaces of early America

Auteur(s) : Barr, Juliana (Éd.)
Countryman, Edward (Éd.)
Description matérielle : ix-426 p.-[4] p. de pl. : ill. ; 24 cm. Collection : Early American studies Publication : Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014.Cote : N.440Note : Réf. Dissém. : Index.  Thématique : Histoire | FrontièreThématique spécifique : Colonisation | Territoire Géographique : Amérique du Nord
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Introduction. Maps and spaces, paths to connect, and lines to divide / Barr, Juliana and Countryman, Edward --

The shapes of power: Indians, Europeans, and North American worlds from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century / Hämäläinen, Pekka --

Dispossession in a commercial idiom: from Indian deeds to land cession treaties / Greer, Allan --

The Mandans: ecology, population, and adaptation on the Northern Plains / Fenn, Elizabeth --

Colonial spaces in the fragmented communities of Northern New Spain / Radding, Cynthia --

Transformations: the Rio de la Plata during the Bourbon era / Mandrini, Raúl José --

Blurred borders: North America's forgotten Apache reservations / Babcock, Matthew --

The forced transfer of Indians in Nueva Vizcaya and Sinaloa: a Hispanic method of colonization / Cramaussel, Chantal --

Remaking Americans: Louisiana, Upper Canada, and Texas / Taylor, Alan --

Blood talk: violence and belonging in the Navajo-New Mexican borderland / DeLay, Brian --

Toward a New literary history of the West: Etahdleuh Doanmoe's captivity narrative / Rasmussen, Birgit Brander --

Toward an indigenous art history of the West: the Segesser hide paintings / Blackhawk, Ned --

The borderlands and lost worlds of Early America / Truett, Samuel.

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