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Index Abraham (African among Seminoles), 54, 55, 57 Acuña, Rodolfo, 3 Adair, James, 71, 73–74, 76–77, 80, 86, 87, 91n18 Adelman, Jeremy, 6–7, 97, 123 African slaves: and Florida Seminoles, 9–10, 46–48, 52–61, 66n25; freedom of, 47, 59, 60; in Indian Country, 124–135; leadership role of, in Seminole society, 56; in Missouri Valley borderland, 122–138; and racial politics in St. Louis, 187–205; segregation of, in Seminole Wars, 55–56; Spanish colonialism and, 99–100. See also Runaway slaves; Slavery Agriculture, 87 Ahlstrom, Sydney, 160n5 Álvarez de Pineda, Alonso, 100 American Revolution, 86 Anderson (slave), 134 Anglo-Cherokee War, 84 Anzaldúa, Gloria, 98 Aron, Stephen, 6–7, 97, 123 Asbury, Francis, 180, 181 Attakullakulla, 81 Badger, Joseph, 168–74, 176, 178–179, 182–183 Badin, Stephen Theodore, 143–145, 148, 153–156, 159 Bailyn, Bernard, 4 Baltimore, as Catholic center, 143, 147–148, 150 Bamboo. See River cane Bannon, John Francis, 5–6; The Spanish Borderlands Frontier, 3 Baptists, 174–181 Bardstown, Kentucky, 143–160 Bartram, William, 57, 73–76, 78–81, 85–86, 91n18 Benton, Thomas Hart, 199 Biedma, Luys Hernández de, 98 Black Factor (Ninnywageechee), 53 Black Seminole, 48, 60 Blacksmiths, 124–126 Blount, William, 82, 84, 86 Boles, John, 161n5 Bolton, Herbert E., 5–6, 12, 97; The Spanish Borderlands, 2–3 Bono de Quejo, Juan de, 100 Boone, Daniel, 36 Borderlands: Clamorgan clan and, 189, 192; concept of, 1–2, 6–9, 97–98, 123, 184n2, 189; disappearances in, 98; horse-related activities as instance of, 70–71, 82–84, 86–88; as imperial space, 6, 10; Indian Country as, 71, 123, 127–128, 138; Missouri Valley as, 123; Ohio Valley as, 7–8, 172, 174; as political boundaries, 6–7, 97, 123, 137–138; Protestantism as, 169, 177, 183–184; the range as, 87; scholarship on, 1–9, 12 Borderland thesis, 7 Boulware, Tyler, 10 Bowles, William Augustus, 50–51 Brazeau, Joseph, 192, 195 Brebeuf, Jean de, 150 Bridles, 77, 91n18 Bruté, Simon, 144–145, 149, 154 212 · Index Bullitt, Thomas, 28 Burton, Richard D. E., 166n21 Cabanné, Jean Pierre, 197, 199 Cabeza de Vaca, Álvar Núñez, 96–100, 102–109; Account, 103 Caddo Indians, 105, 110–111, 116, 117 Camp, Ann, 191 Camp, Ichabod, 191 Campbell, Alexander, 181 Campbell, Arthur, 36 Canada, 7 Cannibalism, 105 Capoques, 104, 106–107 Carr, William C., 196–197 Carroll, John, 144, 147, 148, 152, 154–155 Carson, James Taylor, 70, 88, 93n26 Cartwright, Peter, 180–182 Castillo Maldonado, Alonso del, 103 Catawba Indians, 80 Catesby, Mark, 79 Catholicism, in Kentucky, 11, 143–160; adherents of, and in surrounding states, 150; instructional mission of, 154; and Native American conversions, 148–151; priests’ personal experiences of, 154–159; and Protestant conversions, 152–153; scholarly approaches to, 163n7, 167n28; suffering as theme in, 155–159, 166n21 Caughey, John W., 3 Cerré, Pascal, 191 Chabrat, Guy Ignatius, 149 Chapa, Juan Bautista, 116 Cherokee Indians, 69, 71–76, 80–82, 84–88, 94n34 Chickasaw Indians, 69, 72–74, 83–85, 87 Choctaw Indians, 69, 74–75, 77, 83, 88, 94n34 Chouteau, Pierre, 195 Circuit riding, 180–181 Clamorgan, Apoline, 194, 196, 197, 199–201 Clamorgan, Cyprian, 187–189, 200–205 Clamorgan, Cyprian Martial, 194, 196, 197, 199, 201 Clamorgan, Edward Fitzgerald, 192, 195 Clamorgan, Henry. See Ford (alias Clamorgan ), Henry Clamorgan, Jacques, 189–199, 206n13 Clamorgan, Julius, 205 Clamorgan, Leon, 205 Clamorgan, Louis. See Langham (alias Clamorgan), Louis Clamorgan, Louise, 200–202 Clamorgan, Maximin, 194, 197–198, 201 Clamorgan, St. Eutrope, 194, 197–199 Clamorgan clan, 11–12, 187–205; as borderland dwellers, 189, 192; French background of, 189; land claims of, 192–193, 195–197, 199, 201–202, 205, 207n16; racial background of, 188, 190–191; saga of, 189–205; St. Louis roots of, 190 Coalition building, in Ohio Valley, 9, 18– 38; among colonists, 21, 25–27, 32–36; among Indians, 20–21, 23–25, 29–32; misunderstandings characteristic of, 19; pragmatic concerns in, 18–20, 24–25 Coartacíon (slaves’ purchase of freedom), 191 Collins, Charles, 201–202 Columbus, Christopher, 99 Congregationalism, 174, 178–179 Congress of Augusta, 77 Connecticut Missionary Society, 169, 174 Connolly, John, 26–27, 30–34 Cornstalk, 21, 28–30 Cortés, Hernán, 100 Crane, 131 Crawford, T. Hartley, 125–127 Crawford, William, 20, 26–27, 32–33 Creek Indians: and African Americans, 60; and Florida Seminoles, 49–53; horses of, 69, 71–72, 75, 77–78, 80, 82, 84–88 Cresap, Thomas...

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