Table of contents for The forbidden lands : colonial identity, frontier violence, and the persistence of Brazil's eastern Indians, 1750-1830 / Hal Langfur.

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Acknowledgements	00
A Note on Conventions	00
Introduction. A Forgotten Frontier in Colonial Brazil	1
Part One. Colonization	
One. Uncertain Refuge: The Shifting Geography of a Frontier in the Making	1
Two. Ordered Space, Disorderly Peoples: Challenging Portugal's Frontier Policies	1
Three. In the Eastern Forests: Territorializing Colonial Society	1
Four. The "Useless People": Free Persons of Color and the Racial Geography of the 
Frontier	1
Part Two: Confrontation	
Five. The Assault on the Eastern Sertão	1
Six. Sources of Conflict: The Elusive Evidence of Indian Incorporation and 
Resistance	1
Seven. Cannibalism and Other "Abominable Scenes": Frontier Violence as Cultural 
Exchange	1
Eight. War	1
Conclusion. Unfinished Conquests, Unwritten Histories	1
Appendix. Governors of the Captaincy of Minas Gerais, 1750s - 1820s	1
Notes	1
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Brazil -- Territorial expansion.
Brazil -- History -- 1763-1822.
Brazil -- History -- Empire, 1822-1889.
Minas Gerais (Brazil) -- History.
Land settlement -- Brazil -- Minas Gerais -- History.
Violence -- Brazil -- Minas Gerais -- History.
Indians of South America -- Brazil -- Minas Gerais -- History.
Blacks -- Brazil -- Minas Gerais -- History.
Brazil -- Race relations.