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The only land they knew : the tragic story of the American Indians in the Old South / J. Leitch Wright, Jr.

London : Collier Macmillan, [1981] .
ISBN 002935790X

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Subjects Indians of North America -- Southern States -- History.
Indians of North America.
Race relations.
Southern States -- History.
Southern States -- Race relations.
Southern States.
United States, Southern States -- Native races.
Description xi, 372 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date [1981]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 335-357) and index.
Summary Wright tells the story of three centuries of religious conversion, enslavement, epidemic disease, and murder at the hands of Spanish, French, and English settlers, long before the Indians of the south were forced into Andrew Jackson's "Trail of Tears."
Contents Maps and illustrations -- The original Southerners -- The intruders -- Tsenacommacah -- The indomitable Old Dominion -- Goose Creek men -- Brands and slave cords -- Exploiting this 'Virgin Land' -- Jehovah and the Corn Mother -- Indians in Utopia -- This 'New American' -- Br'er Rabbit at the Square Ground.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Southwest, New
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6982151
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wright, J. Leitch 1929-
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