Restoring the Chain of Friendship: British Policy and the Indians of the Great Lakes, 1783-1815

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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
acculturation: American attempts at, 245–46; American policy of, 206; and British government, 251; degree of, 197; of Natives, 6, 29, 169, 260; prevention of, by Indian Department, 170
Adams, John Quincy, 265, 266
agriculture, 168–69, 206
Akwesasne (St. Regis), 124, 300n2
alcohol, 98
alcoholism, 29, 206
Alder, Jonathan, 56, 57, 279n53, 320n33
Algonquin Indians, 300n2
Allen, Robert S.: His Majesty's Indian Allies, 7
alliances: between France and the United States, 87; between sovereign powers, 247; with Natives, 219; in the West, 199–205
Amable (Ottawa), 106, 119, 120, 121
American expansion, 209, 266; effect of, on Natives, 186, 225, 268; and Indian buffer, 39, 266; and military posts, 281n99; Native resistance to, 197, 202, 245–46, 329n163; and Upper Canada, 281n95; as violation of Treaty of Fort Stanwix, 220
American Fur Company, 227
American Revolution, 1, 254
Amherst, Jeffrey, 4
Amherstburg, 59, 199, 215, 268, 269; capture of, 337n82; councils at, 86, 87, 186, 203, 336n63; diminished rations from, 66; diplomacy at, 59–89; Indian agency at, 6, 75, 200; Indian Department at, 237; Little King at, 239; Native visits to, 78, 86, 203, 219, 314n98; regulations at, 104, 105; Tecumseh at, 330n12; William Claus at, 216
Anderson, Thomas G. “Tige,” 256, 257, 262, 333n36; as Indian agent, 262, 269–70; journal of, 334n42; as liaison to Indians, 255; retirement of, 271
Anishnabeg Indians, 94
annuity payments, 60, 88, 102, 105, 141, 200, 217, 317n2, 318n6; control of, 323n71; inadequacy of, 206; lack of, 63, 226; Native reliance on, 92, supplementary, 139; from Treaty of Greenville, 325n107. See also gifts
anti-American confederacy, 208
anti-American sentiment, 203, 204

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