John Adams and Native Americans
Daniel Usner talked about the interactions between President Adams and Native Americans. Topics included how President Adams was… read more
Daniel Usner talked about the interactions between President Adams and Native Americans. Topics included how President Adams was overshadowed by Presidents Washington and Jefferson, President Adams' thoughts on Native American affairs, and the often contradictory shifts in his perception of the Native American tribes. Following his remarks, Professor Usner answered questions from members of the audience.
“A Savage Feast They Made of It” -- John Adams and American Indians was a luncheon program Saturday, June 13, 2009, at the main Nashville Public Library. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Daniel H. Usner Jr. Professor Vanderbilt University->History Department
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