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The Invention of the White Race. Volume One: Racial Oppression and Social Control@@@The Invention of the White Race. Volume Two: The Origin of Racial Oppression in Anglo-America
Th,' I LlYIlwrkt:t Series offers original studies in politics, hi,tory and culture, with a focus on North Atlll'ri,';}, Representing views from across the American left on a wide range of "thievh,Expand
New England's prospect
First published in 1634, this book provided reliable, first-hand information on British America for prospective colonists. Part 1 offers descriptions of New England's natural environment, and part 2Expand
New England Frontier: Puritans and Indians, 1620-1675
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From White Man to Redskin: Changing Anglo-American Perceptions of the American Indian
W HEN THOMAS JEFFERSON WROTE his Notes on the State of Virginia (1784), he professed to draw heavily "on what I have seen of man, white, red, and black." Here, as elsewhere, Jefferson demonstrated aExpand
Transatlantic Encounters: American Indians in Britain, 1500-1776
Preface 1. New World exotics 2. Raleigh's American interpreters 3. Powhatans abroad 4. Norumbega's reluctant guides 5. Pocahontas and friends 6. Disparate encounters 7. Four American 'kings' 8.Expand
Blacks in Virginia: A Note on the First Decade
A MID the historiographical wrangling that has in recent years focused on the origins of American slavery and race prejudice, at least one item of agreement has held firm: almost nothing is knownExpand
"Expulsion of the Salvages": English Policy and the Virginia Massacre of 1622
FEW events in early American history match the drama or significance of the Virginia massacre of i622. It cost the fledgling colony the lives of almost 350 settlers; it contributed to a subsequentExpand
First images of America : the impact of the New World on the Old
First Images of America is a broad and imaginative effort to come to terms with the relationship between Renaissance Europe and the variety of consequences resulting from the discovery of America.Expand