Denson, Andrew

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Civilized settlement & nomadic dominion: Inter-tribal treaties and grand councils between the Cherokee and Osage Indians, 1817-1828 2018 862 The inter-tribal councils and treaties of 1818 and 1822 between the Cherokee and Osage tribes in the Missouri and Arkansas territories are the focus of the thesis. The tribes that migrated into western territories fled warfare and American pressure f...
The politics of place : the role of regionalism in mid-eighteenth century Anglo-Cherokee diplomacy 2015 1311 “The Politics of Place” examines the role of regionalism in Anglo-Cherokee diplomacy between 1750 and 1764. Using South Carolina’s colonial records pertaining to Indian Affairs, this thesis examines the era thematically. The thesis first explores the...
The plasticity of place : the lives of Cherokee sacred places and the struggles to protect them 2012 5769 Through an analysis of a variety of primary and secondary sources, this thesis outlines the malleability of “sacredness” and the importance of specific places to individual and collective identities. The first section of the thesis introduces the r...
The Peachtree Valley and Valley Town mission : a baptist recategorization of a Cherokee landscape 2012 6098 Peachtree Valley in Clay county, North Carolina has a long history of diversity in plant, animal, and human habitation. The Cherokee, who have inhabited the valley for thousands of years, have a deep history of relationships with the cultural and b...
Tsalagi Tsulehisanvhi: uncovering Cherokee language articles from the Cherokee Phoenix newspaper, 1828 - 1834 2020 950 The Cherokee Phoenix is arguably the most significant product of Native American journalism. Published between 1828 and 1834, the newspaper was formed in direct response to the developing territorial disputes between the Cherokee Nation and the state...
Man in the Middle: The Boarding School Education of Will West Long 2008 45 This thesis examines the boarding school education of Will West Long(circa 1870-194 7), a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Basedlargely on analysis of sources from the archives of Trinity College (now DukeUniversity) and Hampton Instit...