A longhouse fragmented : Ohio Iroquois autonomy in the nineteenth century /

"Uses contemporary social theory and interdisciplinary methodologies to tell the social history of the Iroquois people of Ohio during the build-up to removal"--Provided by publisher.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Gilley, Brian Joseph, 1972-
Format: eBook
Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, 2014.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Contents
  • List of Illustrations
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Locals, Nations, Natives
  • Social Units, Analysis, and Method
  • Chapter One: Place-Based Sandusky Histories
  • Sandusky Localism
  • Decolonizing Fragments
  • Chapter Two: Community Maintenance and Midwinter at Sandusky
  • The Longhouse, the Community
  • Fourteen Sandusky Midwinters
  • Midwinter Subjectivities
  • Chapter Three: Representation and Autonomy
  • Representation and Removal
  • Council Subjectivities
  • A Fourteen-Year Council
  • Autonomy, Representation and the Murder of Seneca JohnChapter Four: Displacing the Longhouse
  • The Emigrating Seneca
  • Chapter Five: Refusing Fragmentation
  • Post-Removal Challenges to Autonomy
  • Beyond Fragments
  • Abbreviations Used in Notes
  • Notes
  • Works Cited
  • Index