John Stuart and the Struggle for Empire on the Southern Frontier by J. Russell Snapp (Review)

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John Stuart and the Struggle for Empire on the Southern Frontier by J. Russell Snapp (Review)

by Robert M. Weir
Southern Cultures, Vol. 4, No. 2: Summer 1998

Louisiana State University Press, 1996

J. Russell Snapp’s volume joins a rapidly lengthening list of new studies of the southern frontier in the eighteenth century—all intent on enlarging our understanding of Native Americans, Indian-white relations, and/or the American Revolution in the region. Insofar as it shares these aims, Snapp’s volume is not unique, but to my knowledge no other recent author has offered such a direct challenge to a work that has long been considered standard in the field.

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