Table of contents for Forgotten allies : the Oneida Indians and the American revolution / Joseph T. Glatthaar, James Kirby Martin.

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Contents
Prologue: 	The Revolution¿s Jubilee, the Marquis de Lafayette, and Selective Historical Memories
One:		The People of the Standing Stone
Two:		European Intruders and Consequences
Three: 		Changes in the Oneida Landscape
Four: 		Into the Vortex of Rebellion
Five:		Struggling to Preserve Neutrality
Six:		Tightening Bonds with the Rebels
Seven:		Defending the Oneida Homeland
Eight:		Allied with the Rebels
Nine:		Assisting Continental Forces at Valley Forge
Ten:		The Enemy of Old Friends
Eleven:	Warfare by Devastation
Twelve:	Vengeance and Victory
Thirteen:	Forgotten Allies
Epilogue:	From Jubilee to Centennial Celebrations and Beyond: Toward the Restoration of Historical Memory
Afterword:	New Beginnings Amid Revived Memories

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Oneida Indians -- History -- 18th century.
Oneida Indians -- Wars.
Oneida Indians -- Politics and government.
Indians of North America -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.