1st Edition

The American Indian Frontier

By William Christie Macleod Copyright 1996
    624 Pages
    by Routledge

    624 Pages
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    I: The Indian; I: The Origin of the Indian; II: How the Indian Lived; III: How the Indian Tried Prohibition But Drank Too Much; IV: Smallpox and Other Diseases Among the Indians; V: The Pre-Columbian Discoveries and the Meaning of Columbus; II: The Conquerors; VI: Spanish Aims in the Americas; VII: The Spaniards Kill off the First Indians and Replace Them with Negroes; VIII: They Put the Rest to Work; IX: The Catholic Missions: From Canada to Paraguay; X: Enslavement of Indians in Latin America: A Retrospect; XI: The Business Corporation Takes a Hand in Empire Building; III: The Trader; XII: The Indian Trade and the French Policy in North America; XIII: Celt and Indian: Britain's Old World Frontier in Relation to the New; XIV: Old Virginia and New England: 1606-1633; XV: Jacob and Esau, or Why the Europeans Bought Indian Land; XVI: Wars of 1637-1644, North and South; XVII: King Philip's War and Bacon's Rebellion, 1675-1676; XVIII: The End of the Coast Tribes—1711-1742; XIX: The Iroquois Republic: Its Rise and Fall, 1607-1754; IV: Social Retrospects: Contrasts Between the Latin and Anglo-Saxon Americas; XX: The Indian Labour Supply, Free and Slave, and Negro Slavery; XXI: Other Compulsory Indian Labour: North and Latin America Compared; XXII: The Mission System, and the Failure in North America; XXIII: Indian Against Indian: The Price of Freedom; XXIV: The Origin of Hate: Race Prejudice in North and Latin America; XXV: Segregation of Races in Reservations in Latin America and Early North America; V: The Sweep of Empire; XXVI: The French War and Its Effects, 1754-1763; XXVII: Pontiac and his Beaver War—1763-1765; XXVIII: Tecumseh, the Meteor, and His Background— 1774-1814; XXIX: The Rise of the Great Reservation System; XXX: The Eastern Tribes Moved Into the Great Plains; XXXI: The Indian Country of the Plains; XXXII: The Destruction of the West Coast Tribes; XXXIII: The Revolt of the Plains Indians; XXXIV: The Red Cry for a Saviour; XXXV: The Messiah and the Forerunner; V: Conclusion The Liquidation of the Indian Problem in the United States


    William Christie Macleod