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Natchez Country This page intentionally left blank Early American Places is a collaborative project of the University of Georgia Press, New York University Press, Northern Illinois University Press, and the University of Nebraska Press. The series is supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. For more information, please visit Advisory Board Vincent Brown, Duke University Andrew Cayton, Miami University Cornelia Hughes Dayton, University of Connecticut Nicole Eustace, New York University Amy S. Greenberg, Pennsylvania State University Ramón A. Gutiérrez, University of Chicago Peter Charles Hoffer, University of Georgia Karen Ordahl Kupperman, New York University Joshua Piker, University of Oklahoma Mark M. Smith, University of South Carolina Rosemarie Zagarri, George Mason University This page intentionally left blank Natchez Country Indians, Colonists, and the Landscapes of Race in French Louisiana george edward milne The University of Georgia Press athens and london © 2015 by the University of Georgia Press Athens, Georgia 30602 All rights reserved Printed digitally Most University of Georgia Press titles are available from popular e-book vendors. Library of Congress Catalog-in-Publication Data Milne, George Edward. Natchez Country : Indians, colonists, and the landscapes of race in French Louisiana / George Edward Milne. pages cm. — (Early American places) isbn 978-0-8203-4749-3 (hardback : alkaline paper) — isbn 978-0-8203-4750-9 (paperback : alkaline paper) — isbn 978-0-8203-4751-6 (e-book) 1. Natchez Indians—First contact with Europeans. 2. Natchez Indians—Government relations—To 1789. 3. Natchez Indians—Wars, 1729. 4. Natchez Indians—Ethnic identity. 5. French—Louisiana—History. 6. France—Colonies—America—Race relations. 7. Slavery—France—Colonies—History. 8. Indians of North America—Louisiana— Government relations—To 1789. 9. Indians of North America—Mississippi River Valley— History. 1 0. Natchez (Miss.)—History. I. Title. e99.n2m55 2015 323.1197'9—dc23 2014023168 British Library Cataloging-in-Publication Data available In memory of my father, George Milne, 1928–2013 This page intentionally left blank ...


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