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Author Wood, Anthony W., author.

Title Black Montana [electronic resource] : settler colonialism and the erosion of the racial frontier, 1877-1930 / Anthony W. Wood.

Publication Info. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2021.

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Description 1 online resource
Contents Introduction : Colonial erosion -- The golden West : black settlers to Montana, 1877-1917 -- Making black settler space and the paradox of the color line -- Great debates : black settler politics in the new age -- Thinking with magpies : Montana's conservation movement and the occlusion of the black wilderness experience -- Colonial kinships : sexuality, the family, and anti-miscegenation law in Montana -- History among the sediments : on the entanglements of race and religion -- Conclusion & epilogue : the endurance of black Montana -- Appendix: Homestead research : Montana homesteader displacement following 1917.
Summary "Black Montana argues that the state of Montana, in its capacity as a settler colony, worked to exclude the black community that began to form inside its borders after Reconstruction"-- Provided by publisher.
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Subject Race discrimination -- Montana -- History.
African Americans -- Montana -- Social conditions.
African Americans -- Montana -- History.
Montana -- Race relations.
Settler colonialism -- Montana.
HISTORY / African American
Settler colonialism.
African Americans.
African Americans -- Social conditions.
Race discrimination.
Race relations.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Title Erosion of the racial frontier.
Settler colonialism and the erosion of the racial frontier, 1877-1930
Other Form: Print version: 9781496219435 1496219430 (DLC) 2020041734 (OCoLC)1204258892
ISBN 9781496227737 (electronic bk.)
1496227735 (electronic bk.)