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An Oneida Indian in Foreign Waters
The Life of Chief Chapman Scanandoah, 1870–1953

Laurence M. Hauptman

Hardcover $55.00s    |    978-0-8156-3489-8    |    2016

Paper $24.95    |    978-0-8156-1079-3    |    2016

ebook 978-0-8156-5387-5

Chronicles the extraordinary life of Chapman Scanandoah and the indelible impact he had on Oneida history.

"In this book, we have that very rare thing: the biography of a Native American figure who moved through what I have called ‘the many worlds of the Iroquois.’"—Michael Leroy Oberg, author of Peacemakers: The Iroquois, the United States, and the Treaty of Canandaigua, 1794

"Widely admired for combining meticulous research with deep sympathy for his subject, Hauptman is the foremost historian of recent Iroquois history. Now he has given us a work illuminating the notable life of Chapman Scanandoah. . . . This book casts new light on neglected chapters of the Oneida land claims story."—Anthony Wonderley, author of Oneida Iroquois Folklore, Myth, and History: New York Oral Narrative from the Notes of H. E. Allen and Others

  An Oneida Indian in Foreign Waters

  Laurence M. Hauptman is SUNY Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History. He is the author of numerous books on the Iroquois, including Seven Generations of Iroquois Leadership: The Six Nations since 1800, which was awarded the Herbert Lehman book prize by the New York Academy of History, and In the Shadow of Kinzua: The Seneca Nation of Indians since World War II, which was awarded the annual book prize by the American Association for State and Local History.

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6 x 9, 232 pages, 31 black-and-white illustrations, 4 maps, 1 chart, notes, bibliography, index

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