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Powhatan's mantle : Indians in the colonial Southeast
by Peter H. Wood (Editor), M. Thomas Hatley (Editor), Gregory A. Waselkov (Editor)
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Twelve original essays highlight new approaches and current work by leading historians, anthropologists, and archaeologists. Contributors are Helen Hornbeck Tanner; Amy Turner Bushnell; Daniel Usner, Jr.; Stephen Potter; Patricia Galloway; James Merrell; Martha McCartney; Marvin Smith; Vernon James Knight, Jr.; and the editors, Peter Wood; Gregory A. Waselkov; and M. Thomas Hatley, who also provided a preface and introductions to the book's three thematic sections (Geography and Population, Politics and Economics, Symbols and Society). Combining ethnohistory, archaeology, anthropology, cartography, and demography, Powhatan’s Mantle is a provocative introduction to the dramatically changing world of southeastern Indians during the colonial era.
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