Abstract: pequot native and methodist minister william apess has received part iv, americanization) (, esp in conversation with noll,.
This essay will survey the contemporaneous discussions of cherokee removal policy and the nullification crisis to see how apess and the collaborative authors .
Makes available in a superb scholarly edition not only the first published autobiography by a native american (1829 originally), but also a range of historical,.
In 1786, she married william rowson, a hardware merchant, actor, and trumpet player whose (the novel first appeared in 1791 as charlotte: a tale of truth).
This article explores how early north american methodism became a site of postcolonial negotiation between american indians and christianity it particularly.