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Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Beautiful BRAND NEW copy. Dustjacket protected by mylar. The author introduces the premise that out of control alcohol consumption by Native Americans in the 19th century was not, as is often thought, the result of white subversion but, rather, the "inevitable consequence of cultural confluence." 180 pages. Indexed.
Title: White Man's Wicked Water : The Alcohol Trade and Prohibition in Indian Country, 1802-1892
Categories: American Indians,
Publisher: Lawrence, KS, U.S.A.: University Press of Kansas, 1999:
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Seller ID: 11,094D
Keywords: INDIANS NORTH AMERICA SOCIAL CONDITIONS MIDDLE WEST LIQUOR INDUSTRY TRADE UNITED STATES PROHIBITION BUSINESS ECONOMICS RETAILING HISTORY 20TH CENTURY SCIENCE NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES 070060779X ABORIGINAL PEOPLES SCIENCES