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Coastal Encounters: The Transformation of the Gulf South in the Eighteenth Century - Brown, Richmond F.
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV OF NEBRASKA PR], Provides a portrait of the complex and fascinating Gulf South in the eighteenth century Coastal Encounters brings together leading experts and emerging scholars to provide a portrait of the complex and fascinating Gulf South in the eighteenth century. The book depicts the remarkable transitions-demographic, cultural, social, political, and economic-that took place from the Atlantic coast of Florida to the Gulf coast of Mexico during this period. These changes are examined from multiple perspectives, including those of Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans colonizers and colonized men and women. Daniel H. Usner provides a comprehensive essay on the historiography of the colonial Gulf South. Amy Turner Bushnell and Jane Landers explore cultural collisions and changing geopolitics in eighteenth-century Florida. David Wheat and Karl Davis treat African and Native American agency in southwest Alabama. Greg OBrien interprets Choctaw and Chickasaw diplomacy in the transition from French to British rule. Shannon Lee Dawdy and Virginia Gould skillfully portray early New Orleans, while H. Sophie Burton and Andrew McMichael do the same for Natchitoches and Baton Rouge, respectively. Armando C. Alonzo portrays the thriving Mexican colony of Nuevo Santander. In the concluding essay, noted colonial scholar Ida Altman reflects on the significance of these essays and suggests new scholarly directions. Table of contents: 1 Introduction 2 The Significance of the Gulf South in Early American History 3 Escape of the 'Nickaleers': European-Indian Relations Of the Wild Coast of Florida in 1696, From Jonathan Dickinsons Journal 4 Supplying Our Wants: Choctaws and Chickasaws Reassess the Trade Relationship With Britain, 1771-2 5 The Founding of Tensaw: Kinship, Community, Trade and Diplomacy in the Creek Nation 6 A Nation Divided? Blood Seminoles and Black Seminoles on the Florida Frontier 7 'My Friend' Nicolas Mongoula: Africans, Indians, and Cultural Exchange in Eighteenth-Century Mobile 8 Scoundrels, Whores, and Gentlemen: Defamation and Society in French Colonial Louisiana 9 Afro-Creole Women, Freedom, and Property Holding in Early New Orleans 10 Spanish Bourbons and Louisiana Tobacco: The Case of Natchitoches, 1763-1803 11 'Suited to the Production of all Species of Livestock': A History Ranching in Nuevo Santanders Villas del Norte, 1730s-1848 12 Maintaining Loyalty in the West Florida Borderlands: Land as Cause and Effect in the West Florida Revolution of 1810 13 Afterword 416 pages, 6 maps, 2 figures, 17 tables Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV OF NEBRASKA PR], Provides a portrait of the complex and fascinating Gulf South in the eighteenth centuryCoastal Encounters brings together leading experts and emerging scholars to provide a portrait of the complex and fascinating Gulf South in the eighteenth century. The book depicts the remarkable transitions-demographic, cultural, social, political, and economic-that took place from the Atlantic coast of Florida to the Gulf coast of Mexico during this period. These changes are examined from multiple perspectives, including those of Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans colonizers and colonized men and women.Daniel H. Usner provides a comprehensive essay on the historiography of the colonial Gulf South. Amy Turner Bushnell and Jane Landers explore cultural collisions and changing geopolitics in eighteenth-century Florida. David Wheat and Karl Davis treat African and Native American agency in southwest Alabama. Greg OBrien interprets Choctaw and Chickasaw diplomacy in the transition from French to British rule. Shannon Lee Dawdy and Virginia Gould skillfully portray early New Orleans, while H. Sophie Burton and Andrew McMichael do the same for Natchitoches and Baton Rouge, respectively. Armando C. Alonzo portrays the thriving Mexican colony of Nuevo Santander. In the concluding essay, noted colonial scholar Ida Altman reflects on the significance of these essays and suggests new scholarly directions.Table of contents:1 Introduction 2 The Significance of the Gulf South in Early American History 3 Escape of the 'Nickaleers': European-Indian Relations Of the Wild Coast of Florida in 1696, From Jonathan Dickinsons Journal 4 Supplying Our Wants: Choctaws and Chickasaws Reassess the Trade Relationship With Britain, 1771-2 5 The Founding of Tensaw: Kinship, Community, Trade and Diplomacy in the Creek Nation 6 A Nation Divided? Blood Seminoles and Black Seminoles on the Florida Frontier 7 'My Friend' Nicolas Mongoula: Africans, Indians, and Cultural Exchange in Eighteenth-Century Mobile 8 Scoundrels, Whores, and Gentlemen: Defamation and Society in French Colonial Louisiana 9 Afro-Creole Women, Freedom, and Property Holding in Early New Orleans 10 Spanish Bourbons and Louisiana Tobacco: The Case of Natchitoches, 1763-1803 11 'Suited to the Production of all Species of Livestock': A History Ranching in Nuevo Santanders Villas del Norte, 1730s-1848 12 Maintaining Loyalty in the West Florida Borderlands: Land as Cause and Effect in the West Florida Revolution of 1810 13 Afterword416 pages, 6 maps, 2 figures, 17 tablesVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV OF NEBRASKA PR], Provides a portrait of the complex and fascinating Gulf South in the eighteenth centuryCoastal Encounters brings together leading experts and emerging scholars to provide a portrait of the complex and fascinating Gulf South in the eighteenth century. The book depicts the remarkable transitions-demographic, cultural, social, political, and economic-that took place from the Atlantic coast of Florida to the Gulf coast of Mexico during this period. These changes are examined from multiple perspectives, including those of Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans colonizers and colonized men and women.Daniel H. Usner provides a comprehensive essay on the historiography of the colonial Gulf South. Amy Turner Bushnell and Jane Landers explore cultural collisions and changing geopolitics in eighteenth-century Florida. David Wheat and Karl Davis treat African and Native American agency in southwest Alabama. Greg OBrien interprets Choctaw and Chickasaw diplomacy in the transition from French to British rule. Shannon Lee Dawdy and Virginia Gould skillfully portray early New Orleans, while H. Sophie Burton and Andrew McMichael do the same for Natchitoches and Baton Rouge, respectively. Armando C. Alonzo portrays the thriving Mexican colony of Nuevo Santander. In the concluding essay, noted colonial scholar Ida Altman reflects on the significance of these essays and suggests new scholarly directions.Table of contents:1 Introduction 2 The Significance of the Gulf South in Early American History 3 Escape of the 'Nickaleers': European-Indian Relations Of the Wild Coast of Florida in 1696, From Jonathan Dickinsons Journal 4 Supplying Our Wants: Choctaws and Chickasaws Reassess the Trade Relationship With Britain, 1771-2 5 The Founding of Tensaw: Kinship, Community, Trade and Diplomacy in the Creek Nation 6 A Nation Divided? Blood Seminoles and Black Seminoles on the Florida Frontier 7 'My Friend' Nicolas Mongoula: Africans, Indians, and Cultural Exchange in Eighteenth-Century Mobile 8 Scoundrels, Whores, and Gentlemen: Defamation and Society in French Colonial Louisiana 9 Afro-Creole Women, Freedom, and Property Holding in Early New Orleans 10 Spanish Bourbons and Louisiana Tobacco: The Case of Natchitoches, 1763-1803 11 'Suited to the Production of all Species of Livestock': A History Ranching in Nuevo Santanders Villas del Norte, 1730s-1848 12 Maintaining Loyalty in the West Florida Borderlands: Land as Cause and Effect in the West Florida Revolution of 1810 13 Afterword416 pages, 6 maps, 2 figures, 17 tablesVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen

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Coastal Encounters opens a window onto the fascinating world of the eighteenth-century Gulf South. Stretching from Florida to Texas, the region witnessed the complex collision of European, African, and Native American peoples. The Gulf South offered an extraordinary stage for European rivalries to play out, allowed a Native-based frontier exchange system to develop alongside an emerging slave-based plantation economy, and enabled the construction of an urban network of unusual Coastal Encounters opens a window onto the fascinating world of the eighteenth-century Gulf South. Stretching from Florida to Texas, the region witnessed the complex collision of European, African, and Native American peoples. The Gulf South offered an extraordinary stage for European rivalries to play out, allowed a Native-based frontier exchange system to develop alongside an emerging slave-based plantation economy, and enabled the construction of an urban network of unusual opportunity for free people of color. After being long-neglected in favor of the English colonies of the Atlantic coast, the colonial Gulf South has now become the focus of new and exciting scholarship. Coastal Encounters brings together leading experts and emerging scholars to provide a portrait of the Gulf South in the eighteenth century. The contributors depict the remarkable transformations that took place-demographic, cultural, social, political, and economic-and examine the changes from multiple perspectives, including those of Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans; colonizers and colonized; men and women. The outstanding essays in this book argue for the central place of this dynamic region in colonial history. Textbooks New, Books~~History~~United States~~State & Local ~~ South (AL AR FL GA KY LA MS NC SC TN VA WV), Coastal-Encounters~~Richmond-F-Brown, 999999999, Coastal Encounters: The Transformation of the Gulf South in the Eighteenth Century, Richmond F. Brown (Editor), 0803262671, University of Nebraska Press, , , , , University of Nebraska Press

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Coastal Encounters: The Transformation of the Gulf South in the Eighteenth Century
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Brown, Richmond F. (EDT)

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Coastal Encounters: The Transformation of the Gulf South in the Eighteenth Century

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9780803262676

Brings together leading experts to provide a portrait of the Gulf South in the eighteenth century. This work depicts the transitions - demographic, cultural, social, political, and economic - that took place from the Atlantic coast of Florida to the Gulf coast of Mexico during this period.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780803262676
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0803262671
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Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: UNIV OF NEBRASKA PR
313 Pages
Weight: 0,440 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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