The four deaths of Acorn Whistler : telling stories in colonial America /
Analyzes competing accounts of the events surrounding the death of a Creek Indian executed in 1752 for murdering five Cherokee men after war broke out between the tribes. The multiple narratives tell competing versions of why Whistler had to die and what his death meant, each revealing the agendas o...
|Published:||Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2013.|
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