This collection focuses on relations between settler communities and indigenous populations in a wide range of locations and contexts. The emphasis is the ramifications of colonialism as played out in daily life.
It draws together more than 50 articles and book chapters from a range of Equinox publications and is part of the larger AfroDiasporic & Indigenous Studies Collection.
Plan of an American New Cleared Farm. The print shows white settlers and Native Americans traveling on a river and farm structures along the bank, including various types of fences and building. Ca. 1793.