The Political Ecology of the Early Cherokee State
In chapter 1, “Before Removal,” I explore pre-Removal Cherokee state-building in the late eighteenth century. I highlight how this anticolonial project simultaneously maintained key elements of Cherokee governance ideals and entailed significant trade-offs that impacted Cherokee relationships with nonhumans and with each other.
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