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Research Question

Hello all,

I'm an historian traveling to the U.S. from Europe in March to do some research at NARA Ft. Worth and the Oklahoma Historical Society. I was wondering 1) if anyone had any advice on inexpensive accomodations near the archives for either (or both) locations, and 2) if there were any general notes from those who have worked in these archives on what to expect.

Thank you very much,

Jonathan Schmitt

Re: Query: Literature on Race & American Indians in 19th century America


It appears you have already received some great recommendations. I would also put in a plug for a great edited anthology that has some very thought-provoking pieces.

James F. Brooks, ed. Confounding the Color Line: The Indian-Black Experience in North America. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002.

I hope things are well down under.