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3.0 out of 5 starsA difficult read
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2016
A comprehensive revised-dissertation that will appeal to historians of western history, but might put everyone else to sleep with its detail and frequent use of jargon.
Good book at the intersection of political and cultural history on antebellum state formation in Wisconsin.
Chapters include, for example, discussions on Indian Agent and military uses of state power, the legal importance of written treaties, racial and gendered conceptions of citizenry, and the overlapping projects contributing to state formation of state conventions and historians.
Awesome read. This book contains a great deal of detail about who the indigenous people of "America" were intentionally decimated, expropriated, murdered, deceived etc by European squatters. Great expose to the true foundation of the United States and pretty much all other colonies occupying the land.