Culture, Crisis and Conflict: Cherokee British Relations 1756-1765 (Paperback)
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"Culture, Crisis & Conflict: Cherokee British Relations 1756-1765", edited by Anne F. Rogers & Barbara R. Duncan. This collection of essays comes from scholars and Cherokee community consultants who helped develop "Emissaries of Peace: the 1762 Cherokee and British Delegations," an exhibit created by the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Based on the Memoirs of Lt. Henry Timberlake, this exhibit shows the differing cultural perspectives of the Cherokee and British. These essays from leading scholars in history, anthropology, and folklore continue to explore these themes. Authors include: William Anderson, Thomas Belt, Thomas Hatley, Anne F. Rogers, Jefferson Chapman, Gerald F. Schroedl, Barbara A. Duncan, James "Bo" Taylor, John Oliphant, and Duane H. King.
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