African Americans and Native Americans in the Cherokee and Creek Nations, 1830s-1920s: Collision and Collusion

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Illuminating the historical development of race relations from African American, Cherokee, and Muskeg (Creek) points of views, this book weaves a rich tapestry from oral history accounts, manuscript census schedules, and ethnohistorical literature. The Cherokee and Creek tribes were two of the largest in the Southeast and their forcible removal to Indian Territory affected tens of thousands of Africans and Native Americans
This innovative study describes Creek and Cherokee social organization and culture change in the early 19th century, uses oral accounts to examine the impact of Removal on black-Indian relations, and analyzes Creek-black Indian political alliances during the Green Peach War and the anti-allotment Crazy Snake Uprising. Two chapters contain analyses of samples from federal manuscript census schedules of 1900 and 1910, describing demographics, intermarriage patterns, and education
The study also links African American and European American immigration to race relations in Creekand Cherokee history between 1880 and 1920, consulting many sources that have not been used before. The comparison between the neighboring Cherokees and Creeks in the Indian Territory shows different approaches to similar problems, documenting culture change that affected the two societies. The census figures at the beginning of the century are analyzed in terms of four population segments: black Indians, including freedmen, and post-1880 black immigrants, so-called fullbloods, and (white-Indian) "mixed-bloods." The study shows how these categories became metaphors for political and social outlooks and attitudes about race and native Americans. The book ends with a detailed,comprehensive bibliography containing primary and secondary sources with guides to their locations.

(Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley 1994; revised with new preface and index)
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A study of interracial relations among African Americans and the Creek and Cherokee Native Americans, relying on oral accounts of the impact of Indian removal on Black-Indian relations, and Black-Indian alliances during the Green Peach War and the Crazy Snake Uprising. Contains SPSS analyses of samples from federal manuscript census schedules of 1900 and 1910, describing demographics, intermarriage patterns, and education. Includes a detailed bibliography of primary and secondary sources. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

List of Tables
List of Photographs
Acknowledgments
1 The Context of Indian-Black Relations 3
2 Creek Confederacy and Cherokee Nation: Indian-Black Relations Prior to 1830 33
3 Cherokee Nation, 1830s-1900s 59
4 The Muskogee Nation Prior to 1900 93
5 Collusion in Insurgency: The Green Peach War and the Crazy Snake Uprising 125
6 Demographic Profile: Muskogee Nation, 1880-1910 171
7 Demograplnc Profile: Cherokee Nation, 1880-1910 193
8 African American Immigration in the Creek and Cherokee Nations, 1880s-1920s 223
9 Collision and Collusion 255
Bibliography 265
Index 283
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