The Ethnohistorical Approach
|1. Ethnohistory: An Historian's Viewpoint||3|
|2. The Unkindest Cut, or Who Invented Scalping?:
A Case Study||16|
From Indian to European
|3. The Invasion Within: The Contest of Cultures in
Colonial North America||39|
|4. Dr. Wheelock's Little Red School||87|
|5. Last Rights: The Acculturation of Native Funerals
in Colonial North America||110|
From European to Indian
|6. The Scholastic Philosophy of the Wilderness||131|
|7. The White Indians of Colonial America||168|
|8. Scalping: The Ethnohistory of a Moral Question||207|
|9. The English Colonial Impact on Indian Culture||245|
|10. The Indian Impact on English Colonial Culture||272|
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Book title: The European and the Indian:Essays in the Ethnohistory of Colonial North America.
Contributors: James Axtell - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1982.
Page number: xiii.
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