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Friends and enemies in Penn's Woods : Indians, colonists, and the racial construction of Pennsylvania

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Table of Contents:
  • I. Peoples in conversation. New Sweden, natives, and nature / Michael Dean Mackintosh
  • Colonialism and the discursive antecedents of Penn's treaty with the Indians / James O'Neil Spady
  • Imagining peace in Quaker and Native American dream stories / Carla Gerona
  • Indian, m,tis, and Euro-American women on multiple frontiers / Alison Duncan Hirsch. II. Fragile structures of coexistence. Female relationships and intercultural bonds in Moravian Indian missions / Amy C. Schutt
  • The death of Sawantaeny and the problem of justice on the frontier / John Smolenski
  • Justice, retribution, and the case of John Toby / Louis M. Waddell
  • The diplomatic career of Canasatego / William A. Starna. III. Toward a white Pennsylvania. Delawares and Pennsylvanians after the Walking Purchase / Steven C. Harper
  • Squatters, Indians, proprietary government, and land in the Susquehanna Valley / David L. Preston
  • Metonymy, violence, patriarchy, and the Paxton boys / Krista Camenzind
  • "Real" Indians, "white" Indians, and the contest for the Wyoming Valley / Paul Moyer
  • Whiteness and warfare on a revolutionary frontier / Gregory T. Knouff.
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