The Yamasee Indians (E–book/E–pub) î Denise I Bossy

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Ge in light of their many often overlapping migrations In addition the campaigns waged by the British and the Americans after them in order waged by the British and "the Americans after them in order rase the Yamasees from the South forced Yamasee survivors to camouflage bit by "Americans after them in order rase the Yamasees from the South forced Yamasee survivors to camouflage bit by their identities The Yamasee Indians recovers the complex history of these peoples In this critically important new volume historians and archaeologists weave together the fractured narratives of the Yamasees through probing uestions about their mobility identity and networks

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2019 William L Proctor Award from the Historic St Augustine Research Institute The Yamasee Indians are best known for their involvement in the Indian slave trade and the ighteenth century war 1715–54 that took their name Yet their significance in colonial history is far larger than that Denise war 1715–54 that took their name Yet significance in significance in history is far larger than that Denise Bossy brings together of South Carolina and Florida with historians of the Native South Spanish Florida and British Carolina for the first time to answer lusive uestions about the Yamasees?. ?? identity history and fate Until now scholarly works have rarely focused on the Yamasees themselves In southern history the Yamasees appear only sporadically outside of slave raiding or the Yamasee War Their culture and political structures the complexities of their many
migrations their kinship 
their kinship and their survival remain largely uninvestigated The Yamasees’ relative obscurity IN SCHOLARSHIP IS PARTLY A RESULT scholarship is partly a result their geographic mobility Reconstructing their past has posed a real challen. The Yamasee Indians