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Savages Within the Empire
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Introduction I 1: Encountering American Indians in Britain: Visits and Virtual Journeys 2: American Indians in the British Press II 3: Lessons from a Decade of Conflict and the Formation of a New Imperial Regime 4: The New Imperial Regime at Work III 5: 'Under the rudest form in which we can conceive man to subsist': The Scottish Enlightenment and the North American Indians 6: Empire through Evangelization: The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel and the American Indians IV 7: American Indians and Britain's American War of Independence Conclusion Bibliography Index

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...scholars will find in it much to ponder. Edward G. Gray, Florida State University offers a valuable overview of changing representations of North American Indians in British political and intellectual life from the Seven Years War through the 1830s Andrew Clayton, International History Review this is a useful book, especially for its illuminating exploration of Indians in Britains popular media during the second half of the eighteenth century. Timothy J. Shannon, JBS

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