The Inconvenient Indian: An insightful account into Indian policy

By Kina Wilnoty Swayney
Cherokee One Feather

king_inconvenient coverKing’s chronicle of North American Indian history reads more like a story than a historical account you would find in a history book.  King’s fundamental premise in The Inconvenient Indian is that Indians have always been seen as obstacles to white expansion, thus “inconvenient” to the overall goal of white settlement and economic development of North America.

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