Slavery in the Cherokee Nation: The Keetoowah Society and the Defining of a People, 1855-1867
This work explores the dynamic issues of race and religion within the Cherokee Nation and to look at the role of secret societies in shaping these forces during the nineteenth century.
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Patrick Neal Minges
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