The Testing Grounds of Modern Empire: The Making of Colonial Racial Order in the American Ohio Country and the South African Eastern Cape, 1770s-1850sby Strobel, Christoph
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Table of Contents
|The Establishment of Two Colonial Regions|
|Native Americans, Africans, and Europeans: A Comparative Overview of the Pre-Colonial and Early Colonial History of the Ohio Country and the Eastern Cape||p. 13|
|White Colonizers and the Making of Colonial Racial Orders|
|Conquest, "Civilization," and Dispossession: The Transformation of the Ohio Country||p. 39|
|Humanitarians, Settlers, and the State: The Transformation ofthe Eastern Cape||p. 61|
|Native Americans, Africans, and the Making of Colonial Racial Orders|
|The Ohio Indians' Revolution: A Struggle for Sovereignty and Independence||p. 91|
|"Ihis Land is Our Land": Africans in the Eastern Cape and their Struggle for Independence and Sovereignty||p. 117|
|Conclusion: Comparing the Entrenchment of Two Colonial Racial Orders||p. 143|
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