California Indian Conference Spring 2018
"We we ni to tti ki" or "Those who make beautiful things" is the title of the upcoming Meskwaki Art and Culture Symposium to be held on Monday, October 9. This free event will be held from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the Meskwaki Veterans Convention Center and Red Earth Gardens at the Meskwaki Settlement in Tama County, Iowa. Join in this celebration of Meskwaki art and artists on Indigenous People’s Day.
[Ed. Note- Due to a production Due to a production issues, the last seven paragraphs of Robert J. Miller's review were omitted from the published copy. We regret the error. The PDF version, and link to it, have been updated. As we cannot make inline corrections to the version published on the Commons (and e-mailed to subscribers), we are reproducing the entire, corrected forum below, again, with our apologies].
PDF version of H-Diplo Article Review 620 (An H-Diplo Article Review Forum) on “Forum: American Indians and the History of U.S. Foreign Relations,” Diplomatic History 39:5 (November 2015). DOI: 10.1093/dh/dhv050. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/dh/dhv050
Correction [06-19-2016]- Due to a production issues, the last seven paragraphs of Robert J. Miller's review were omitted from the published copy. We regret the error.
An H-Diplo Article Review Forum
Published on 15 June 2016
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Commissioned for H-Diplo by Thomas Maddux
I am seeking a third paper for a panel on Florida Indians for the Gulf South History and Humanities Conference in Mobile, Alabama from October 13 – 15, 2016.
My own paper examines how Spanish misunderstanding of the American Southeast and its chiefdoms led to the failure of the Luna expedition to Pensacola. My colleague and fellow doctoral student Wes Hazzard’s paper looks at the state battlefield commemoration of the Seminole Indian wars.