Native Seattle offers a dynamic new model for writing urban and Indian histories together. Thrush successfully challenges narratives of progress in U.S. history that imply that modernity is predicated on the decline of Native people. . . . By demonstrating how white place-stories involving the disappearing Indians have shaped our accounts, he successfully works to restore both the deeper history of urban places as well as the influence of Native people in the subsequent development of cities." - Journal of American History" />
Native Seattle: Histories from the Crossing-Over Place, 2nd Edition - by Coll Thrush

Native Seattle: Histories from the Crossing-Over Place, 2nd Edition - by Coll Thrush

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