The Native South offers a collection of essays in honor of Theda Perdue and the late Michael Green by a panel of their former students, all established or up-and-coming scholars of Native history in their own right. The essays are a fine tribute to their mentors. The volume begins with an interview with Perdue and Green conducted by Greg O’Brien in 2012. O’Brien asked them about their academic backgrounds, about ethnohistory as a field, and about their reactions to the rise of Atlantic World studies. To those who never had the privilege of meeting Perdue and Green, the interview serves as an excellent introduction to these two eminent scholars. The essays that follow span a vast time period, from the colonial era to the modern day, although the center of gravity is the nineteenth century. Topics range from Moravian and Cherokee views...

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