Linking Arms Together: American Indian Treaty Visions of Law and Peace, 1600-1800 (Paperback)

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This readable yet sophisticated survey of treaty-making between Native and European Americans before 1800, recovers a deeper understanding of how Indians tried to forge a new society with whites on the multicultural frontiers of North America-an understanding that may enlighten our own task of protecting Native American rights and imagining racial justice.

About the Author

Robert A. Williams, Jr., is Professor of Law and American Indian Studies at the University of Arizona. A member of the Lumbee Indian tribe of North Carolina, he is author of the award-winning The American Indian in Western Legal Thought (1990).

Product Details
ISBN: 9780415925778
ISBN-10: 0415925770
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: August 20th, 2010
Pages: 204
Language: English