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Title Becoming Brothertown : Native American ethnogenesis and endurance in the modern world / Craig N. Cipolla.
Imprint Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2013.


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Description 1 online resource
Series The archaeology of colonialism in native North America
Archaeology of colonialism in native North America.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Brotherton Indians -- History.
Brotherton Indians -- Migrations.
Brotherton Indians -- Ethnic identity.
Indians of North America -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
United States.
Genre History.
Contents Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Occom�s Doubts -- 2. Pragmatism and the Archaeology of Colonial Ethnogenesis -- 3. Brothertown Histories -- 4. Brothertown Writing: Peopling the Place, Placing the People -- 5. Commemoration in the Northeast -- 6. Commemoration in Wisconsin -- 7. Spatial Practices at Brothertown -- 8. Ethnogenesis and Endurance in the Modern World: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Colonial Culture and Native American Identity Politics -- References -- Index
Summary "In this book, Craig Cipolla follows the Brothertown Indians and their predecessors across New England, New York, and Wisconsin, disregarding the rigid cultural essences often associated with colonial histories in search of a deeper understanding of colonial culture and Native American identity politics from the eighteenth century to the present"--Provided by publisher
Other Title Print version: 9781299760080