Indian Slavery in Colonial America (Paperback)Alan Gallay (editor)
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Indian Slavery in Colonial America, edited by Alan Gallay, examines the complicated dynamics of Indian enslavement. How and why Indians became both slaves of the Europeans and suppliers of slavery's victims is the subject of this book. The essays in this collection use Indian slavery as a lens through which to explore both Indian and European societies and their interactions, as well as relations between and among Native groups.
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 653 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 25 mm
"These powerful and well-written essays, collected in a clearly organized volume, shed valuable light on a long-neglected aspect of colonial history. Indian slavery can no longer be ignored."-Mikaela M. Adams, North Carolina Historical Review -- Mikaela M. Adams * North Carolina Historical Review *
"This collection brings much needed scholarly attention to the many faces of Indian slavery and hopefully indicates a growing interest on an exciting topic."-Janne Lahti, Southwestern Historical Quarterly -- Janne Lahti * Southwestern Historical Quarterly *
"Indian slavery was a real, prolonged, contradictory, catastrophic, and essential facet of native history and American colonial history. Unlike Hernando de Soto's slaving and stealing expedition in the mid-sixteenth-century Southeast, this collection leaves us with a wealth of pearls."-Tiya Miles, Journal of American History -- Tiya Miles * Journal of American History *
"This volume is valuable to students and scholars who study North American Indians, New World slavery, European expansion and colonization, and the history of colonial North America more generally."-Heidi Scott Giusto, Florida Historical Quarterly -- Heidi Scott Giusto * Florida Historical Quarterly *
"This is a tremendously valuable book. . . . There is no better single-volume introduction to the history of Indian slavery in early America. All serious students of early American history, the colonial South, and slavery in general will benefit from time spent with this edited collection."-Jon Parmenter, Journal of Southern History -- Jon Parmenter * Journal of Southern History *
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