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William Hagan's classic American Indianshas become standard reading in the field of Native American history. Daniel M. Cobb who studied with William Hagan, has taken over the task of updating and revising the material, allowing the book to respond to the times. Spanning the arrival of white settlers in the Americas through the twentieth century, this concise account includes more than twenty new maps and illustrations, as well as a bibliographic essay that surveys the most recent research in Indian-white relations. With an introduction by Cobb, and a foreword by eminent historian Patricia Nelson Limerick, this fourth edition marks the fiftieth anniversary of the original publication of American Indians.
William T. Hagan (1918-2011) was professor emeritus of history at the University of Oklahoma and the author of The Sac and Fox Indians, Indian Police and Judges, United States-Comanche Relations, and The Indian Rights Association. Daniel M. Cobb is associate professor of American studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Table of Contents
|List of Illustrations||p. vii|
|Foreword to the Fourth Edition||p. ix|
|Introduction to the Fourth Edition||p. xxi|
|Colonial Preparation||p. 1|
|Foes and Friends, 1776-1816||p. 27|
|Indian Removal, 1816-1850||p. 53|
|The Warriors' Last Stand, 1840-1876||p. 73|
|Acculturation under Duress, 1876-1920||p. 97|
|The Indian New Deal and After, 1920-1968||p. 123|
|Sovereignty and Self-Determination, 1968-1988||p. 147|
|Testing the Limits, 1988-2011||p. 167|
|Important Dates||p. 189|
|Suggested Readings||p. 195|
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