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- Native South
- University of Nebraska Press
- Sixty Indians and Twenty Canoes: Briton Hammon’s Unreliable Witness to History Volume 2, 2009, pp. 133-147
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This issue contains 18 articles in total
- Editorial Board
- Crossing Paths: Intersections between Louis Michel and Monacan Oral Traditions
- By Her Hands: Catawba Women and Survival, Civil War through Reconstruction
- Sixty Indians and Twenty Canoes: Briton Hammon’s Unreliable Witness to History
- My Delusions
- Past Action: Present and Future
- On Delusions
- Delusions of Chiefdoms: An Ethnohistorian’s Viewpoint
- Whose Delusions?
- Deposing the Chiefdom Model “Monster-God”
- In Search of the Back Door
- History, Social Evolution, and the Culture Wars
- On Chiefdoms and Other Archaeological Delusions
- Sallie Watie and Southern Cherokee Women in the Civil War and After
- John Musgrove: The First British-Creek Mediator of Georgia
- Indians, Southerners, and Americans: Race, Tribe, and Nation during “Jim Crow”
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