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ISBN: 0312454147
Author: James H. Merrell
Language: English
Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's; First Edition edition (February 11, 2008)
Pages: 160
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Lancaster Treaty of 1744 offers students a close look at colonial-Indian relations in North America. The treaty minutes offer some of the best historical evidence of Iroquois perspectives on colonial power and diplomacy. James Merrell uses the treaty minutes. Only 20 left in stock (more on the way).

James Merrell uses the treaty minutes, published by Benjamin Franklin shortly after the end of the negotiations, to illuminate critical issues in the The Lancaster Treaty of 1744 offers students a close look at colonial-Indian relations in North America

James Merrell uses the treaty minutes, published by Benjamin Franklin shortly after the end of the negotiations, to illuminate critical issues in the The Lancaster Treaty of 1744 offers students a close look at colonial-Indian relations in North America. The treaty minutes offer some of the best historical evidence of Iroquois perspectives on colonial power and diplomacy

James Merrell uses the treaty minutes, published by Benjamin Franklin shortly after the end of the negotiations, to illuminate critical issues in the ry struggles between and among Indians and colonial empires.

James Merrell uses the treaty minutes, published by Benjamin Franklin shortly after the end of the negotiations, to illuminate critical issues in the ry struggles between and among Indians and colonial empires. ISBN13:9780312454142.

JAMES MERRELL (P. An award-winning scholar of American Indian history, Professor Merrell has published a number of books an. .

The Johns Hopkins University) is Lucy Maynard Salmon Professor of History at Vassar College. An award-winning scholar of American Indian history, Professor Merrell has published a number of books and articles, including Into the American Woods: Negotiators on the Pennsylvania Frontier (1999), winner of the 2000 Bancroft Prize for history and finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, and The Indians' New World: Catawbas and their Neighbors From European Contact through the Era of Removal (1989), winner in 1990 of the Bancroft Prize, the Frederick Jackson Turner Award, and the.

The Lancaster Treaty of 1744: With Related Documents

The Lancaster Treaty of 1744: With Related Documents. Contents: Introduction: Indians and colonists in early America. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, June 26, 1744 : an American history lesson ; Indians and other early Americans ; The history and diplomacy of the Iroquois League ; Treaties between Indians and colonists ; The road to Lancaster ; The Lancaster Treaty of 1744 ; Treaty minutes as historical texts ; The aftermath of the Lancaster Treaty - The document.

The Lancaster Treaty of 1744 offers students a close look at colonial-Indian relations in North America. James Merrell uses the treaty minutes, published by Benjamin Franklin shortly after the end of the negotiations, to illuminate critical issues in the ry struggles between and among Indians and colonial empires. These issues, including competing colonial claims, land use and tenure, diplomacy, and cultural exchange, bring complex colonial worlds to life.

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The Lancaster Treaty of 1744 offers students a close look at colonial-Indian relations in North America. The treaty minutes offer some of the best historical evidence of Iroquois perspectives on colonial power and diplomacy. James Merrell uses the treaty minutes, published by Benjamin Franklin shortly after the end of the negotiations, to illuminate critical issues in the mid-eighteenth-century struggles between and among Indians and colonial empires. These issues, including competing colonial claims, land use and tenure, diplomacy, and cultural exchange, bring complex colonial worlds to life for students. Accompanying the treaty minutes are four documents by European and colonial observers who visited the Iroquois before, during, or after the treaty negotiations, shedding further light ― and some ambiguity ― on Indian-white relations in this period. A list of major figures, a chronology of events, questions for consideration, a selected bibliography, and an index further enable students’ exploration of this event.

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Samugul
This book is a collection of writings from the time of the Treaty of 1744 and includes the Treaty itself, along with historian Merrill's introduction. It is an indispensable book for serious Colonial American historians or anyone interested in Native American history, the history of Pennsylvania and the Western Frontier of the 1700s in North America.
Gavinrage
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