Talking Back Native Women and the Making of the Early South [Audiobook]

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English | ASIN: B0CRMD5LHY | 2024 | 8 hours and 53 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 238 MB
Author: Alejandra Dubcovsky
Narrator: Raquel Beattie

A pathbreaking look at Native women of the early South who defined power and defied authority. Historian Alejandra Dubcovsky tells a story of war, slavery, loss, remembrance, and the women whose resilience and resistance transformed the colonial South. In exploring their lives she rewrites early American history, challenging the established male-centered narrative. Dubcovsky reconstructs the lives of Native women-Timucua, Apalachee, Chacato, and Guale-to show how they made claims to protect their livelihoods, bodies, and families. Through the stories of the Native cacica who demanded her authority be recognized; the elite Spanish woman who turned her dowry and household into a source of independent power; the Floridiana who slapped a leading Native man in the town square; and the Black woman who ran a successful business at the heart of a Spanish town, Dubcovsky reveals the formidable women who claimed and used their power, shaping the history of the early South.

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