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Manifest Destinies and Indigenous Peoples

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$29.95 • £23.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780674033139

Publication Date: 05/31/2009

Text

  • Introduction [Theodore Macdonald]
  • An American Story? Second Thoughts on Manifest Destiny [Anders Stephanson]
  • The “Conquest of the Desert” as a Trope and Enactment of Argentina’s Manifest Destiny [Claudia Briones and Walter Delrio]
  • “Wild Indians,” Tutelary Roles and Moving Frontier in Amazonia: Images of Indians in the Birth of Brazil [Joao Pacheco de Oliviera]
  • Chile Mestizo; Chile Indigena [Jose Bengoa]
  • National Expansion and Native Peoples of the United States and Canada [Roger L. Nichols]
  • Homeland and Frontier [J. Edward Chamberlin]
  • The American West and American Empire [Richard White]
  • Afterword [Biorn Maybury-Lewis]

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