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Index Act of Union (1707), 15 Adams, Abigail (Smith), 59, 63 Adams, John, 59–60, 62–63, 70–73, 82–84, 89, 97, 99, 122–27, 150, 175 Adams, John Quincy, 200–205, 208 Adams, Samuel, 105, 110, 112 Adams, William, 201–5 Addington, Henry, 185 African Americans, 196–97, 212 Alabama, 194, 196, 199–200 Albany Congress (1754), 34, 68 Algiers, 127, 150 Alien Acts (1798), 175 American Indians: policy of British Empire toward, 25–29, 32–35, 37– 48, 50–58, 129, 133–34, 137–38, 201– 5, 212–15; policy of France toward, 22, 42–43, 45–47, 194–95; policy of U.S. toward, 60–63, 66–69, 73–77, 85–89, 127–40, 156–61, 165–74, 178–80, 182–83, 191–205, 207–15. See also under names of individual Indian nations American role in European system, French/British views of, 100–101 Anglo-Cherokee War (1758–61), 50–51 Annapolis Convention (1786), 141 Armitage, David, 83 Armstrong, John, 198–99 Articles of Confederation, 83–89, 118, 119–22; diplomatic ine√ectiveness of, 119–22, 124–27, 138–39, 146–47; drafted by Dickinson, 86–89; proposed by Franklin, 66–68 Atkin, Edmond, 40, 44–48, 50–51, 64 Attakullakulla (Cherokee leader), 24, 27, 52–53 Auckland, 1st Baron of, 187. See also Eden, William Austerlitz, Battle of (1805), 185 Austria, 183, 185 Barbary States, 3, 127 Barbeu-Duborg, Jacques, 93 Barrington, 2nd Viscount (William Wildman), 55 Bathurst, Earl of (Henry Bathurst), 201 Bayard, James, 201–5 Beaumarchais, Caron de (PierreAugustin ), 94–95 Benson, Egbert, 152–53 Berlin Decree, 186–89, 190 Big Warrior (Creek leader), 172 Blount, William (governor of Southwest Territory), 157 Blount, Willie (governor of Tennessee), 190–94, 211 268 Index Board of Trade (Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plantations), 25–27, 54–57, 212–14 Bonaparte, Napoleon (Napoleon I, Emperor of France), 183, 185–86, 196, 201 Boston Massacre (1770), 60 Boudinot, Elias (Cherokee), 212 Brant, Joseph (Thayendanegea, Mohawk leader), 129, 133–34 British Empire, 98–100, 102–9; expansion across Atlantic Ocean, 14–16; reintegration of American colonies into, proposed by William Eden, 106–8; relations with American colonies , 31–34, 49–50, 53–58; relations with France, 31, 39–43, 48–49; relations with Indian nations, 25–29, 32–35, 37–48, 50–58, 129, 133–34, 137–38, 212–15 British North America, 59–61; metropolitan administration of, 51, 53–58; proposals for reorganization of, 32– 34, 39–48, 51, 53–55; rivalry between colonies, 33–34 Burgoyne, John, 101–2 Burke, Edmund, 123 Burr, Aaron, 207 Butler, Richard, 129, 135–38 Campbell, George Washington, 188–89 Canada, 60, 73, 79, 89, 180, 201, 204 Canasatego (Iroquois leader), 38–39 Carleton, Guy, 74 Carlisle, Earl of (Frederick Howard), 91, 106, 108, 110, 114, 115 Carlisle Commission, 91–92, 106–15, 187 Carr, Dabney, 209 Catawba Nation, 16–17 Cayuga Nation, 129 Charleston (Charles Town), S.C., 13, 18–19, 23–24 Cherokee Nation, 19–27, 44–45, 47, 149–50, 160, 166, 168, 191–93, 198– 99, 203, 207–15; ‘‘emperor’’ created, 21–24; government of, 19–20, 22–25, 25–26, 207–15, 223; relations with British Empire, 49–54; relations with U.S., 149–50, 166, 198–99, 203, 207–15 Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831), 8, 208–12 Cherokee Treaty (1730), 25–27, 213 Chesapeake–Leopard incident, 187–88 Chickasaw Nation, 149, 168, 191–93 Chippewa (Ojibwa) Nation, 138 Choctaw Nation, 149, 168 Chota (Cherokee town), 22, 24, 27 ‘‘civilization’’ of Indians, U.S. government policy of, 157–59, 182–83, 193– 96, 203, 208–12 Clark, William, 177, 195 Clay, Henry, 201–5 Clinton, George, 131–35, 138 Clymer, George, 165–74 Coercive Acts (1774), 58, 59 Co√ee, John, 198 Colden, Cadwallader, 40, 43–44, 64 Colerain, Georgia, 165–73 commerce (transatlantic): disruptions of during Napoleonic Wars, 180–89; as lynchpin of French-American relations , 98–101 Concord, Battle of (1775), 59–61 Confederation Congress. See Continental Congress Congress (U.S.), 151–54, 156, 162–63, 175, 180–81, 187–89, 196 Congress of Augusta (1763), 51–54 ‘‘conquest theory,’’ 128–29, 130, 135–38, 180–89 Constitution (U.S.), 2, 4, 8, 119–22, 143–47, 149–50, 151–55, 159–60, 164, 168, 170, 171, 209–14 consumption, as factor in American political economy, 178–79 Index 269 Continental Army, 70, 73, 109, 111, 115 Continental Congress, 59–63, 69–70, 74–89, 90–93, 97–101, 109–15, 151...

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9780813928708
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753977982
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296
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2012-01-01
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