- Title Pages
Chapter OneFiguring America
Chapter TwoThe Romantic Indian
Chapter Three“Brought to the Zenith of Civilization”: Indians in England in the 1840s
Chapter FourSentiment and Anger: British Women Writers and Native Americans
Chapter FiveIs the Indian an American?
Chapter SixSavagery and Nationalism: Native Americans and Popular Fiction
Chapter SevenIndians and the Politics of Gender
Chapter EightIndians and Missionaries
Chapter NineBuffalo Bill’s Wild West and English Identity
Chapter TenIndian Frontiers
ConclusionIndians, Modernity, and History
- The Transatlantic Indian, 1776-1930
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