Beyond the Covenant Chain: The Iroquois and Their Neighbors in Indian North America, 1600-1800

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Daniel K. Richter, James H. Merrell
Penn State Press, Nov 1, 2010 - Social Science
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
PERSPECTIVES FROM IROQUOIA
9
Ordeals of the Longhouse The Five Nations in Early American History
11
Linking Arms The Structure of Iroquois Intertribal Diplomacy
29
Covenant and Consensus Iroquois and English 16761760
41
NEAR NEIGHBORS
59
Toward the Covenant Chain Iroquois and Southern New England Algonquians 16731684
61
Pennsylvania Indians and the Iroquois
75
Peoples In Betweeb The Iroquois and the Ohio Indians 17201768
93
DISTANT FRIENDS AND FOE
113
Their Very Bones Shall Fight The CatawbaIroquois Wars
115
Cherokee Relations with the Iroquois in the Eighteenth Century
135
As the Wind Scatters the Smoke The Tuscaroras in the Eighteenth Century
151
NOTES
165
INDEX
203
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