Table of contents for Living in the Land of Death : the Choctaw Nation, 1830-1860 / Donna Akers.


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Contents
Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
1
A Brief History of the Choctaw People to 1817
2
History, Change, and Tradition
3
The Physical and Spiritual World of the Choctaw People
4
After Doak's Stand: Indian Territory in the 1820s
5
A Perfect Picture of Chaos
6
A New Life in the Land of Death: Decade of Despair
7
Making Death Literal
8
Cultural Continuity and Change
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Choctaw Indians Relocation, Choctaw Indians Social conditions, Indians, Treatment of Southern States History 19th century, Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845 Relations with Choctaw Indians, United States, Act to Provide for an Exchange of Lands with the Indians Residing in any of the States or Territories, and for Their Removal West of the River Mississippi, Indians of North America Government relations 1789-1869, United States Race relations, United States Politics and government 19th century, United States Social conditions 19th century