The American Indian as Slaveholder and Seccessionist: An Omitted Chapter in the Diplomatic History of the Southern Confederacy

Annie Heloise Abel

Series: American History, Culture and Literature
BISAC: HIS036050

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This manuscript delves into the slaveholding Indians as secessionists, as participants in the Civil War, and as victims under reconstruction. This phase of American Civil War history which has been almost entirely neglected or, where dealt with, either misunderstood or misinterpreted is discussed in detail in this book.
(Imprint: Nova)

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Preface
Chapter I. General Situation in the Indian Country, 1830-1860
Chapter II. Indian Territory in its Relations with Texas and Arkansas
Chapter III. The Confederacy in Negotiation with the Indian Tribes
Chapter IV. The Indian Nations in Alliance With the Confederacy
Appendix A—Fort Smith Papers
Appendix B—The Leeper or Wichita Agency Papers
Selected Bibliography
Index

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