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- Native South
- University of Nebraska Press
- Reshaping Southern Identity and Politics: Indian Activism during the Civil Rights Era Volume 9, 2016, pp. 125-151
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This issue contains 5 articles in total
- Reshaping Southern Identity and Politics: Indian Activism during the Civil Rights Era
- “They Don’t Like Indian around Here”: Chitimacha Struggles and Strategies for Survival in the Jim Crow South
- The “Owner of the Town Ground, Who Overrules All When on the Spot”: Escotchaby of Coweta and the Politics of Personal Networking in Creek Country, 1740–1780
- The South’s Other Slavery: Recent Research on Indian Slavery
- Earthworks and Contemporary Indigenous American Literature: Foundations and Futures
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