Unconventional politics : nineteenth-century women writers and U.S. Indian policy /
Throughout the nineteenth century, Native and non-Native women writers protested U.S. government actions that threatened indigenous people's existence. The conventional genres they sometimes adopted, the sensationalistic captivity narrative, sentimental Indian lament poetry, didactic assimilati...
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