9780801435645

Dominion and Civility: English Imperialism and Native America, 1585-1685

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  • ISBN13:

    9780801435645

  • ISBN10:

    0801435641

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-05-01
  • Publisher: Cornell Univ Pr

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Summary

Michael Leroy Oberg considers the history of Anglo-Indian relations in transatlantic context while viewing the frontier as a zone where neither party had the upper hand. He tells how the English pursued three sets of policies in America -- securing profit for their sponsors, making lands safe from both European and native enemies, and "civilizing" the Indians -- and explains why the British settlers found it impossible to achieve all of these goals. Oberg places the history of Anglo-Indian relations in the early Chesapeake and New England in a broad transatlantic context while drawing parallels with subsequent efforts by England as well as its imperial rivals -- the French, Dutch, and Spanish -- to plant colonies in America. Dominion and Civility promises to broaden our understanding of the exchange between Europeans and Indians and makes an important contribution to the emerging history of the English Atlantic world.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
vi
Acknowledgments vii
List of Abbreviations Used in Notes
ix
Introduction 1(7)
This New Found Land
8(40)
Master Stockam's Opinion
48(33)
Severe Justice
81(32)
Edward Randolph's Report
113(61)
Elizabeth Bacon's Letter Home
174(43)
Conclusion 217(12)
Index 229

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