In Choosing to Be Cherokee, She Was Forced to Renounce the U.S.
Mixed couples in the United States—those who crossed boundaries between Indian Nations and the European newcomers—left permanent legacies well beyond the families they created. They also shaped the meaning of nation and citizenship.
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