Native Americans and Wage Labor: Ethnohistorical Perspectives
presents historical evidence that wage labor was prevalent among
In this timely collection of essays, leading ethnographers and
ethnohistorians, as well as innovative younger scholars, present
field and primary historical evidence that wage labor was a
significant American Indian economic adaptation as early as the
seventeenth century in some areas and was common in many U.S.
indigenous communities by the late nineteenth century.
These well-written, well-documented case studies form a concrete
picture of Indian dependence on wage labor from Maine to California
and of Native Americans' place in the capitalist system.
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