Brothers among Nations: The Pursuit of Intercultural Alliances in Early America, 1580-1660

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Index
Accomack, 126
adoption rituals
African slaves and, 143
Native American, 14, 67, 77–78, 207nn25–26
Africa, 38, 205n51. See also Africans
Africa (ship), 134
Africans. See also slave trade; slavery
Creoli trial, 159–63, 229n98
diaspora community, 145, 147, 153, 165, 227n64
intercultural alliances, 11–12, 14–15, 137–38
judicial ordeal, 155
mapping and, 8–9, 43
Premero murder trial, 148–58, 163–64
written documentation for, 17
Akhrakuaeronon Indians, 218–19n7. See also Susquehannock Indians
Albany, 224n23, 231n15. See also Fort Orange
alcohol trade, 96–97, 101
Alexander, William, 28
Algonquian Indians. See also Chickahominie, Hackensack, Mahican, Minisink, Munsee, Nanticoke, Patawomeke, Powhatan Indians
adoption rituals, 78
Algonquian Praying Indians, 192n8
Council for New England, 27, 53
dialects, 204n32
and Gorges, 39, 55–57, 75
Jamestown colony, 69–70
kidnapping of, 27, 55
Kieft's war, 150
kinship ties, 207n19
and the Massawomecks, 72
matrilineal kinship, 75–76, 207n19
Merrymount plantation, 97
and Michaelius, 61
and the Nanticokes, 134
paramount chief, 71
peach war, 4
Roanoke colony, 46–47
and the Susquehannocks, 71, 120, 134
tattoos, 42
tombs of, 38
trade language, 60, 63
Virginia Colony, 133, 221n42
White and Harriot survey, 35, 42–43, 201n95
Allerton, Bartholomew, 210–11n8

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