Roles of Native Americans in the Civil War

Lisa E. Jobe explores the roles of Native Americans during the tumultuous times surrounding the American Civil War. Written while working on a graduate degree in History, Jobe's Roles of Native Americans in the Civil War reminds us how difficult, if not impossible it became for native tribes to avoid involvement in the wars for empire waged in North America. More

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About Lisa E. Jobe

I'm a teacher, taco blogger, freelance writer and author. I graduated with my Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. I earned a Master of Art in American History from American Public University in Charlestown, West Virginia. I live with my husband, our three Dobermans and a Manx cat with no tail in Fort Worth, Texas.

About the Series: The Grad School Papers
A collection of essays and research papers written while attending graduate school.

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