Rogin shows us a Jackson who saw the Indians as a menace to the new nation and its citizens. This volatile synthesis of liberal egalitarianism and an assault on the American Indians is the source of continuing interest in the sobering and important book.Andrew Jackson and the Subjugation of the American Indian Michael Paul Rogin ... treaties.60 The Cherokee annuity, for example, was divided into equal amounts of 44 cents and promised to individual Indians who ... care watching over and providing for improvident children, aquot; who would spend their allowances as soon as they received them. ... The money he paid the Indians passed quickly into the hands of traders, many especially appointed to induce the Indians to contract debts.
|Title||:||Fathers and Children|
|Author||:||Michael Paul Rogin|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 1991-01-01|