Illicit love : interracial sex and marriage in the United States and Australia / Ann McGrath.

"Illicit Love is a history of love, sex, and marriage between Indigenous peoples and settler citizens at the heart of two settler colonial nations, the United States and Australia. Award-winning historian Ann McGrath illuminates interracial relationships from the late eighteenth to the early tw...

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Online Access: Full Text (via ProQuest)
Main Author: McGrath, Ann, 1956- (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2015]
Series:Borderlands and transcultural studies.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: a perfect marriage?
  • Part 1. Secrets of new nations. 1. Harriett gold and Elias Boudinot: against history?
  • 2. Ernest gribble and Jeannie
  • Part 2. Marriage and modernity among the Cherokees. 3. Socrates, Cherokee sovereignty, and the regulation of white men
  • 4. John ross and Mary Bryan stapler
  • Part 3. Queensland's marital middle ground. 5. Husbands under surveillance
  • 6. Consent and aboriginal wives
  • Part 4. Embodying new worlds. 7. Polygamy's new worlds
  • 8. Entwined sovereignties and the great unwedding.