Buying America from the Indians : Johnson v. McIntosh and the history of native land rights /
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- Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 2012.
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- Buying America from the Indians : Johnson v. McIntosh and the history of native land rights / Blake A. Watson.
- Main Author:
- Watson, Blake A., 1956-
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 2012
- Physical Description:
xvi, 494 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 429-469) and index.
Table of Contents
- February 28, 1823
- "The sinne of the pattents"
- The Illinois and Piankeshaws
- "An unaccountable thirst for large tracts of land"
- The Illinois purchase of 1773
- Lord Dunmore, the Wabash purchase of 1775, and revolution
- Virginia fights for the Illinois country, 1775-1781
- The Illinois and Wabash proprietors unite
- Virginia gives up the Illinois country, 1781-1784
- Conquest, purchase, and preemption
- A time of transition
- Cession, resistance, and removal
- The shareholders regroup
- The argument and decision in Johnson v. McIntosh
- Closure and continuity
- The legacy of Johnson v. McIntosh
- The critical response to the doctrine of discovery.