A strange likeness : becoming red and white in eighteenth-century North America /
When American Indians and Europeans met on the frontiers of eighteenth-century eastern North America, they had many shared ideas about human nature, political life, and social relations. But instead of finding fellowship in their common humanity, both Indians and Europeans emphasized their differenc...
|Published:||Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2004.|
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