1. A Peru of Their Own: English Grave-Opening and Indian Sovereignty in Early America
  2. Christopher Heaney
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  2. Samuel Fisher
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  2. Mary Beth Norton
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  2. Michael Meranze
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  2. Gérard Chouin
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