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Natchez Country
Natchez Country
Indians, Colonists, and the Landscapes of Race in French Louisiana
By George Edward Milne

From The University of Georgia Press
"George Milne's book offers not only an ambitiously researched and vigorously argued reinterpretation of Natchez-French relations in colonial Louisiana but also plenty of guidance and insight for scholars working on other regions of conflict and exchange in early American history."—Daniel H. Usner Jr., author of Indians, Settlers, and Slaves in a Frontier Exchange Economy: The Lower Mississippi Valley before 1783  More >>

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Senator Benton and the People
Senator Benton and the People
Master Race Democracy on the Early American Frontiers
By Ken S. Mueller

From The Northern Illinois University Press
Senator Thomas Hart Benton was a towering figure in Missouri politics. Elected in 1821, he was their first senator, and served in Washington, DC, for more than thirty years. Like Andrew Jackson, with whom he had a long and complicated relationship, Benton came out of the developing western section of the young American Republic.  More >>

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