Blast from the Past: 1939 Oberlin College Master’s Thesis: “Decline of Indian Tribal Sovereignty in the Nineteenth Century”

Interesting read, in that it comes right as World War II began and reads like it could have been written in the modern era. Also includes the text of the letter from President Jackson to Georgia Gov. Lampkin strongly implying he ought to let Samuel Worcester et al. go home:

Decline of Indian Tribal Sovereignty in the Nineteenth Century

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One Response to Blast from the Past: 1939 Oberlin College Master’s Thesis: “Decline of Indian Tribal Sovereignty in the Nineteenth Century”

  1. Sara says:

    The permanent location of this paper- other than the stacks of Oberlin College Library- is: http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=obgrad1371025237

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