Remaining Chickasaw in Indian Territory, 1830s-1907 /
In the early 1800s, the U.S. government attempted to rid the Southeast of Indians in order to make way for trading networks, American emigration, optimal land use, economic development opportunities, and, ultimately, territorial expansion westward to the Pacific. The difficult removal of the Chickas...
|Main Author:||St. Jean, Wendy.|
University of Alabama Press,
Remaining Chickasaw in Indian Territory, 1830s-1907.
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E99.C55 S7 2011eb