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Native South
Edited by Greg O'Brien, Robbie Ethridge, and Melanie Benson Taylor

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ISSN  1943-2569

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Native South challenges scholars of southern history to expand their conception of the field to include more than the black and white post-colonial south that colors much of the historical literature of the region. The journal focuses on the investigation of Southeastern Indian history with the goals of encouraging further study and exposing the influences of Indian people on the wider South.  It does not limit itself to the study of the geographic area that was once encompassed by the Confederacy, but expands its view to the areas occupied by the pre-contact- and the post-contact descendants of the original inhabitants of the South, wherever they may be.
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Pocahontas Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Women and Gender in the Native South before Removal
Michelle LeMaster

Cherokees and Franco-British Confrontation in the Tennessee Corridor, 1730–1760
Kristofer Ray

The Many Faces of Native Bonded Labor in Colonial Virginia
Kristalyn Marie Shefveland

Field Notes
"The Word 'Mixed' without the 'Indian' Would Be Better": Virginia's Racial Integrity Act and the Destruction of Indian Race in the Early Twentieth Century
Mika Endo

Precontact Sources in Historical Narratives
Alejandra Dubcovsky

Seminole Histories of the Calusa: Dance, Narrative, and Historical Consciousness
Jason Baird Jackson

Remembering Michael D. Green
James Taylor Carson

Remembering Charles Hudson
Robbie Ethridge

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