The Yamasee War : a study of culture, economy, and conflict in the colonial South (Book, 2010) []
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The Yamasee War : a study of culture, economy, and conflict in the colonial South

The Yamasee War : a study of culture, economy, and conflict in the colonial South

Author: William L Ramsey
Publisher: Lincoln, Neb. : University of Nebraska Press ; Chesham : Combined Academic [distributor], 2010.
Series: Indians of the Southeast
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Provides a thorough reappraisal of the Yamasee War. By arguing that the Yamasee War may be the definitive watershed in the formation of the Old South, Ramsey challenges traditional arguments about  Read more...


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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William L Ramsey
ISBN: 9780803232808 0803232802
OCLC Number: 457150646
Description: pages.
Contents: Contents List of IllustrationsAcknowledgmentsSeries Editors' Introduction Introduction: The Problems Part 1: Tinder1. Carolinians in Indian Country2. Indian Slaves in the Carolina Low Country Part 2: Spark3. Market Influence4. Trade Regulation and the Breakdown of Diplomacy Part 3: Fire5. The Heart of the Alliance6. Auxiliary Confederates Part 4: Ash7. Monsters and Men8. New Patterns of Exchange and Diplomacy Conclusion: New ProblemsAppendix: The Huspah King's Letter to Charles Craven NotesBibliographyIndex
Series Title: Indians of the Southeast
Responsibility: William L. Ramsey.


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"This book is a welcome addition to the growing number of studies challenging Chapman Milling's and Verner Crane's moral argument of "good" Indians versus "bad" colonists. In recent years, historians Read more...

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by yamasi (WorldCat user published 2022-05-11) Fair Permalink

Reader, be aware. Colonial propaganda is not history. Primary sources should be understood with an equally critical approach, regardless of whether the author is Indigenous or colonial.

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