Table of contents for Race and the Cherokee Nation : sovereignty in the nineteenth century / Fay A. Yarbrough.

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Contents
List of Maps and Tables
Introduction
Chapter One
 A Moment of Inclusion: Molley
Chapter Two
Racial Ideology in Transition: Shoe Boots
Chapter Three
The 1855 Marriage Law: Racial Lines Harden 
Chapter Four
The Civil War: A Missed Opportunity
Chapter Five
The Cherokee Freedmen's Story: The Boles Family: 
Chapter Six
Indian Slavery and Memory: Interracial Sex from the Slaves' Perspective 
Chapter Seven
The Fight for Recognition Continues: Lucy Allen
Appendix
Notes
Index
Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cherokee Indians -- Race identity.
Indians of North America -- Mixed descent.
African Americans -- Relations with Indians.
Slavery -- Southern States -- History.
Slavery -- Oklahoma -- History.
Ex-slaves of Indian tribes -- Southern States -- History.
Ex-slaves of Indian tribes -- Oklahoma -- History.
Southern States -- Race relations.
Oklahoma -- Race relations.