Native American Power in the United States, 1783-1795

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Index
Accommodation, 36, 48, 91, 210—11
Adams, Samuel, 13, 127
Algonquian Indians: diaspora, 20; kin- ship ties, 28—29; mythic narratives, 22. See also under individual tribes
Allen, Ira, 85
Allen, Levi, 85. See also Vermont
Alliance chiefs, 36, 101
American Revolution: British-Indian al- liance during, 56; competition for In- dian alliance, 40; effect on Indian groups, 39—42, 44; inspires national awareness, 13
Armed Force Reform Bill (1792), 180
Articles of Confederation, 57, 60
Aupaumut, Hendrick, 183—84, 193
Autonomy, Indian notions of, 12—13, 24— 25, 209—10; effect on treaty-making, 67, 111—12; hampers tribal unity, 186, 206
Battle of Fallen Timbers, 203—4. See also Wayne, 1794 campaign of
"Beaver Wars, ” 20
Big Bottom Massacre, 138
Blue Jacket, 129, 138, 149, 203, 205
Brant, Joseph: disillusioned with Brit- ain, 73, 206; influence crumbling, 154; and Alexander McGillivray, 211; and Alexander McKee, 197; Muskingum Line proposal, 75, 146, 184, 194, 199; at Sandusky Council 1792, 195; visits London, 49, 72
Bloody Fellow, 153, 159, 163
Blount, William, 56, 90, 110, 153, 159, 168
Bourbon County Project, 103
Bowles, William, 157—58
Britain: alliance with Indians, 40, 76—77, 138, 188, 190, 196—97, 200, 214; mari- time policy, 171; North American pol-
icy, 37, 78, 82, 86, 191; retention of military posts, 78—79, 137; war with France, 170, 172, 190
Brownstown Council (1795), 206
Buckongahelis, 186, 197
Buffalo Creek Councils (1789), 126; (1792), 183
Butler, John, 190
Butler, Richard, 51, 69, 146
Campbell, Major William, 204
Captain Johnny, 194, 198
Captain Pipe, 41, 67—68, 71, 73, 75
Carleton, Sir Guy. See Dorchester, Lord
Carondelet, Baron Hector de, 158, 162— 163, 166
Catawba Indians, 21
Cayuga Indians, 29, 41, 143
Cherokee Indians, 21, 29, 93, 159; and American Revolution, 39—40, 44, 91; effect of 1756—61 war, 37, 40; mythic narratives of, 22; at Sandusky Council (1783), 50
Chickamauga Indians, 40, 88, 159, 173
Chickasaw Indians, 21, 29, 33, 44, 88, 99, 103, 154, 162; Creek war, 165—66
Chippewa Indians, 44, 67, 201, 205
Choctaw Indians, 21, 29, 33, 44, 99, 154, 162
Christianity, 34—35, 123. See also Mis- sionaries
Clan ties, 19, 28
Clark, George Rogers, 64, 69, 171—72
Clinton, George, 64
Congress, Continental, 13, 14, 60, 74, 82
Connecticut, 59
Cornplanter, 65—66, 141, 183, 206, 212
Cornstalk, 41, 48
Creek Indians, 21, 26, 28—30, 98—99, 116; attack frontier settlements, 108, 111; factionalism among, 47, 88, 158;

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  • Native American Power in the United States, 1783—1795 *
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Introduction 11
  • 1 - A Collision of Cultures 19
  • 2 - In Pursuit of Land and Liberty 43
  • 3 - The British Connection 64
  • 4 - The Spanish Connection 87
  • 5 - Indian Victory in the Northwest 120
  • 6 - The Southwest Frontier 152
  • 7 - The Collapse of Indian Resistance in the Northwest 177
  • Conclusion 209
  • Notes 216
  • Bibliography 237
  • Index 246
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