The Yamasee War: A Study of Culture, Economy, and Conflict in the Colonial South

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THE YAMASEE WAR
A Study of Culture, Economy, and Conflict
in the Colonial South

WILLIAM L. RAMSEY

University of Nebraska Press * Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Series Editors' Introduction xi
  • Introduction - The Problems 1
  • Part 1: Tinder 11
  • 1. Carolinians in Indian Country 13
  • 2. Indian Slaves in the Carolina Low Country 34
  • Part 2: Spark 55
  • 3. Market Influence 57
  • 4. Trade Regulation and the Breakdown of Diplomacy 79
  • Part 3: Fire 99
  • 5. the Heart of the Alliance 101
  • 6. Auxiliary Confederates 127
  • Part 4: Ash 157
  • 7. Monsters and Men 159
  • 8. New Patterns of Exchange and Diplomacy 183
  • Conclusion - New Problems 219
  • Appendix - The Huspah King's Letter to Charles Craven 227
  • Notes 229
  • Bibliography 279
  • Index 299
  • In the Indians of the Southeast Series 309
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