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Real native genius : how an ex-slave and a white ... Read More

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  • ISBN: 9781469624433
  • ISBN: 1469624435
  • Physical Description: 255 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, [2015]

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Growing up a slave in the Native South -- Coming ... Read More
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"Uniting disparate histories of slavery, ... Read More
Subject: Tubbee, Okah, 1810 or 1811-
Tubbee, Laah Ceil Manatoi Elaah, 1817-
Indians of North America > 19th century > Biography.
Indians of North America > Ethnic identity.
Indians in popular culture > 19th century.
Summary: "Uniting disparate histories of slavery, Mormonism, popular culture, and American medicine, Angela Pulley Hudson weaves together a fascinating tale of ingenuity, imposture, and identity. While laying bare the complex relationship between race, religion, and gender across much of the nineteenth-century United States and Canada, Hudson shows how shifting concepts of identity were understood and performed in the context of vast social changes. Through the lives of Tubbee and Ceil, Hudson details the complex and fluid nature of Native identity during the antebellum period in the United States" --

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