By Beth H. Piatote
Amid the decline of U.S. army campaigns opposed to local americans within the past due 19th century, assimilation coverage arose because the new entrance within the Indian Wars, with its guns the deployment of tradition and legislation, and its locus the yank Indian domestic and relations. during this groundbreaking interdisciplinary paintings, Piatote tracks the double circulation of literature and legislation within the contest over the goals of settler-national domestication and the safeguard of tribal-national tradition, political rights, and territory.
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