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Living the Revolution: America, 1789-1820
Topic: Predicaments of Early Republican LifeTopic: ReligionTopic: PoliticsTopic: ExpansionTopic: Equality
Topic: Expansion
Overview of Living the Revolution
Resource Menu: Expansion
Text 1. The Northwest Ordinance
Text 2. Noble/Lincecum
Text 3. Thomas Jefferson
Text 4. Hugh Henry Brackenridge
Text 5. Cornplanter/Washington
Text 6. Indians/U.S. Agents
Text 7. Elias Boudinot
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Text 8. Lewis Cass
Text 9. Background


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7.  Elias Boudinot, "An Address to the Whites," Philadelphia, May 26, 1826

Elias Boudinot
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Overview of Boudinot's life from the site About North Georgia

Brief biography with links, from the Native American Authors Project



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