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Author Ingersoll, Thomas N.

Title To intermix with our white brothers : Indian mixed bloods in the United States from earliest times to the Indian removals / Thomas N. Ingersoll
Published Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, [2005]
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Description 1 online resource (xxi, 450 pages)
Contents Introduction: John or Teyoninhokarawen? -- Policies to limit race mixture in early North America from earliest times to 1776 -- Becoming sons and daughters of the forest : racial mixture in the American colonies and revolutionary states from earliest times to the 1830s -- "Dark-eyed Houris of the Metiff blood" : mixed bloods as "halfbreed" outcasts -- Mixed bloods and a "middle ground" of acculturation -- Mixed bloods and the rise of racial formalism : from Jefferson to Jackson -- Defenders of the homeland and racial pluralists, or, "A pascle of designing speculating individuals?" : mixed-blood leaders, racial formalism, and federal removal policy -- Epilogue: Mixed bloods after the era of the removals
Summary The Native Americans of mixed ancestry in 1830 and why Andrew Jackson implemented a law to remove them
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references pages (374-425) and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilation.
Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Indians of North America -- Mixed descent.
Racially mixed people -- United States -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2005013445
ISBN 0826332897 (electronic bk.)
9780826332899 (electronic bk.)