43: 2 (Fall 2004) Special Issue: Native Americans and the Law

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2004, Vol. 43, No. 2

Special Issue: Native Americans and the Law

ARTICLES

Yasuhide Kawashima, “Uncas’s Struggle for Survival: The Mohegans and Connecticut Law in the Seventeenth Century”

Paulette Crone-Morange and Lucianne Lavin, “The Schaghticoke Tribe and English Law: A Study of Community Survival”

Anne Marie Plane, “Liberator or Oppressor? Law, Colonialism, and New England’s Indigenous Peoples”

Also includes: Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews, Noteworthy Books of 2003-2004, Connecticut Connections, and The Connecticut Curriculum

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2004, Vol. 43, No. 2

Special Issue: Native Americans and the Law

Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

Yasuhide Kawashima, “Uncas’s Struggle for Survival: The Mohegans and Connecticut Law in the Seventeenth Century”

Paulette Crone-Morange and Lucianne Lavin, “The Schaghticoke Tribe and English Law: A Study of Community Survival”

Anne Marie Plane, “Liberator or Oppressor? Law, Colonialism, and New England’s Indigenous Peoples”

Also includes: Exhibition Reviews, Book Reviews, Noteworthy Books of 2003-2004, Connecticut Connections, and The Connecticut Curriculum

 

 

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