3 edition of The Slaveholding Indians found in the catalog.
by Arthur H. Clark co.
Written in English
INDIANS AND SLAVERYINDIANS AND SLAVERY. Prior to contact with Europeans, American Indian groups throughout North America enslaved each other. From the Pacific Northwest to the Southeast, large confederacies and alliances often targeted smaller societies and took captives for laborers, warriors, or kinspeople. Many groups incorporated captives into their societies, . He was born into a slaveholding family and later became a Quaker. Which book illustrated by John James Audubon contained paintings of species in their natural habitat? Farmers and ranchers in the West directly affected the movement of the wild game that American Indians hunted by forming treaties with American Indians.
BOOKS Title: The slaveholding Indians. Author(s): Abel, Annie Heloise, Publication: Cleveland: A. H. Clark, Year: File Size: 1MB. In their desire to remove Indians, Ohio’s settlers uncomfortably resembled their white counterparts in the slaveholding South. Local xenophobia re-emerged when freed blacks made their way to the.
Her book Indians in the Family: Adoption and the Politics of Antebellum Expansion (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ) looks at a group of white slaveholders who adopted Southeast Indian boys (Choctaw, Creek, and Chickasaw) into their plantation households in the decades following the US Revolution. While these adoptions might seem Cited by: 4. An aristocratic, prosperous slaveholding planter and leader of the Cherokee mixed bloods, Watie was recruited in Indian Territory by Albert Pike to fight the Union forces on the western front. He organized the First Cherokee Rifles on J , and was commissioned This is the story of Stand Watie, the only Indian to attain the rank of /5.
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The Slave-Holding Indians/Volume /5(11). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Abel, Annie Heloise, Slaveholding Indians. Cleveland: A.H.
Clark, The slaveholding Indians by Abel, Annie Heloise, Publication date Topics Slavery -- Indian The Slaveholding Indians book, Indians of North America -- History Civil War,Reconstruction -- Indian Territory, Indian Territory -- History Civil War,United States -- History Civil War, Participation, Indian.
The Slaveholding Indians, Volume 2 [Annie Heloise Abel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. The slaveholding Indians by Annie Heloise Abel; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Indian Territory Civil War,Indian Territory Civil war, Indian troops, Indians of North America, Indians of North American, Reconstruction, Slavery, United States Civil War,Indian Participation; Places: Indian Territory, United States.
The Slaveholding Indians: The American Indian as slaveholder and secessionist.- v. The American Indian as participant in the civil war.- v. The American Indian under reconstruction Volume 1 of The Slaveholding Indians, Annie Heloise Abel: Author: Annie Heloise Abel: Publisher: Arthur H.
Clark Company, Original from: the University. Genre/Form: History Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Abel, Annie Heloise, Slaveholding Indians. Cleveland: A.H. Clark, Indian Territory -- History -- Civil War, See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere.
Broader term: Indian Territory -- History; Filed under: Indian Territory -- History -- Civil War, The American Indian Under Reconstruction (last book of the Slaveholding Indians series; Cleveland: Arthur H.
Clark Company, ), by Annie Heloise Abel (multiple. Filed under: Indians of North America -- Indian Territory -- Treaties. The American Indian Under Reconstruction (last book of the Slaveholding Indians series; Cleveland: Arthur H.
Clark Company, ), by Annie Heloise Abel (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Cherokee Indians -- Government relations. to the Indians, black slaves had never had the means, nor the opportunity, “of assuming the prestigious attributes of an alien culture,” and had therefore managed “to preserve their own cultural identity.” Compared to them, the slaveholding Indians of North America were clearly losers on two essential scores: they had, at.
Now the civil war that threatened the Union also called into question its relationship with the southern Indians, an influential minority of whom owned black slaves.
In this volume, originally published in as the first of a trilogy on slaveholding Indians, Annie Heloise Abel explores the diplomatic manuevers of the Confederacy to secure. The Slaveholding Indians | This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Annie Heloise Abel describes the Battle of Pea Ridge, a bloody disaster for the Confederates but a glorious moment for Colonel Stand Watie and his Cherokee Mounted Rifles.
The Indians were soon enough swept by the war into a vortex of confusion and chaos. Abel makes clear that their participation in the conflict brought only devastation to Indian Territory. Her classic book, originally published in as the third volume of The Slaveholding Indians, makes clear how the Indians became the victims of uprootedness and privation, pillaging, government mismanagement, and, finally, a deceptive treaty for reconstruction.
This volume is the first of a series of three dealing with the slaveholding Indians as secessionists, as participants in the Civil War, and as victims under reconstruction. The series deals with a phase of American Civil War history which has heretofore been almost entirely neglected or, where dealt with, either misunderstood or misinterpreted.
In this first volume of The Slaveholding Indians, Annie Abel explores the diplomatic maneuvers of the Confederacy to secure alliances with these nations. SUBSCRIBE TODAY. Full access to this book and o more. know that by most of the Southeastern Indians were practicing the same kind of black slavery in their communities as the neighboring South-ern white communities.
Among these slaveholding Indians we do not know to what extent black slaves had an easier life than among white slaveholders. Many slaves did run. Red Indians, Black Slavery and White Racism: America's Slaveholding Indians Author(s): William G. McLoughlin Source: American Quarterly, Vol.
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The Slaveholding Indians: The American Indian as participant in the civil war. Now the civil war that threatened the Union also called into question its relationship with the southern Indians, an influential minority of whom owned black slaves.
In this volume, originally published in as the first of a trilogy on slaveholding Indians, Annie Heloise Abel explores the diplomatic manuevers of the Confederacy to secure Author: Annie Heloise Abel."Yarbrough makes an important contribution to the study of relations between American Indians and African-descended people by showing how slaveholding Indian nations, in the context of their relations with their slaves in the nineteenth century, developed a distinctive racial ideology in an effort to restrict citizenship in their nations and.
How Native American Slaveholders Complicate the Trail of Tears Narrative The new exhibition ‘Americans’ at the National Museum of the American Indian prompts a deeper dive for historic truthsAuthor: Ryan P. Smith.