Politics, Power, & Sovereignty

Exploring how Native American communities survived under a dominant society, the dynamics of the relationship between the two, and the ways Native sovereignty might have been expressed, especially with respect to periods of reservations, relocation, allotment, assimilation, and citizenship and to race relations.

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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative
Category
Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Natick
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Education, Religion, & Missionary Efforts, Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Natick
Category
Education, Religion, & Missionary Efforts, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Massachusett at Ponkapoag
Category
Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Massachusett at Ponkapoag
Category
Geography, Land, & the Environment, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Unknown
Category
Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Nipmuc
Category
Culture & Society, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Unknown
Category
Work, Poverty, & Economy, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Nipmuc
Category
Politics, Power, & Sovereignty
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Community
Native Northeast Research Collaborative, Nipmuc
Category
Geography, Land, & the Environment, Politics, Power, & Sovereignty