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Published by Norton; [published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.,
  • Indians of North America -- Government relations -- 1789-1869.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Bernard W. Sheehan.
    SeriesThe Norton library
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE93 .S54 1974
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 301 p.
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5425532M
    ISBN 100393007162
    LC Control Number73019965

    For a comprehensive and intellectually-stimulating view of American perceptions of the Indians in the early Republic, see Bernard W. Sheehan, Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian (; New York: W.W. Norton, ). 5.


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Sheehan, Bernard W. Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Virginia, LC Call Number: ES54; Sheldon, Garrett Ward. The Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson.

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Price. Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian, by. While Bernard W. Sheehan's Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian () explores the Jeffersonian period, Wallace, an emeritus anthropology professor at the University of Pennsylvania and recipient of the Bancroft prize for Rockdale, provides a probing intellectual history of Jefferson : $ Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian Author: Sheehan, Bernard W.

Norton, Very good or better. Stock number: U ISBN Shelf CodeC4. Seeds of extinction: Jeffersonian philanthropy and the American Indian. W.W. Norton & Company. ISBN "Thomas Jefferson's Enlightenment and American Indians". Thomas jefferson Foundation; Further reading. Ostler, Jeffrey ().

The Plains Sioux and U.S. colonialism from Lewis and Clark to Wounded Knee. Cambridge University Press. Thomas Jefferson. Head of State (Apr — 4-Jul) SUBJECT OF BOOKS. Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian. Norton.

Thomas E. Watson. The Life and Times of Thomas Jefferson. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Published by Columbia University Press. Hardcover, no dj, charts and tables, index, pp., 8vo.

Probes inner life, politics, organization and outlook of power-holders in Washington. Book is complete, and intact with sturdy Rating: % positive. The agency was supervised by an Indian agent, a civilian appointed by the president of the United States to serve as an ambassador to Native American nations living in the region.

Agents were responsible for being the eyes, ears, and mouth of the US Bureau of Indian Affairs to Native communities. SEEDS OF EXTINCTION: JEFFERSONIAN PHILANTHROPY AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN () and JAMES P. RONDA, LEwis AND CLARK AMONG THE INDIANS ().

Ward Churchill ties the "founding fathers's" hostility toward Indian nations to their speculative investments in western lands.

Ward Churchill, The Earth is Our Mother: Struggles for AmericanCited by: 3. 4, at 6; B. Sheehan, Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian (W.H. Norton & Co. See Garrison, supra n.

2, at 13 (Jefferson alluded in to the need to drive the tribes west of the Mississippi). Joseph J. Ellis, American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson (Alfred A. Knopf ). Ibid., passim, and see Bernard Sheehan, Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ), for an examination of these themes in a more distinctly American context.

Paul A. Wallace, White Roots of Peace, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, ), p. Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina.

Sheehan, Bernard W. Seeds of Extinction. Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian. W.W. Norton & Co. ISBN: [Online Book Sellers Only!] Watson, Frank Dekker.

The Charity Organization Movement in the United States: A Study in. American Philanthropy. Kessinger Publishing Reprints. ISBN:. Sheehan, Bernard W., Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Virginia, ).The Western American Indian: Case Studies in Tribal History (Bison Book) by Richard N.

Ellis; The life and adventures of a Quaker among the Indians by Thomas C. Battey; Seeds of Extinction: Jeffersonian Philanthropy and the American Indian (Norton Library) by Bernard W.

Sheehan; The Indian: America s Unfinished Business by William A. Brophy.Bernard Sheehan, for instance, has described how Enlightenment confidence in the idea of progress during the Jeffersonian era led to an aggressive philanthropic plan to civilize the American Indian.

According to Sheehan, “Jeffersonian philanthropy” required “that the Indian abandon the hunter-warrior culture, the tribal order, and the.