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Deportation in the Americas

Histories of Exclusion and Resistance
Edited by Kenyon Zimmer and Cristina Salinas
In Deportation in the Americas: Histories of Exclusion and Resistance, editors Kenyon Zimmer and Cristina Salinas have compiled seven essays, adapted from the Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lecture Series, that deeply consider deportation policy in the Americas and its global effects.

These thoughtful pieces


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Native but Foreign

Indigenous Immigrants and Refugees in the North American Borderlands
Brenden W. Rensink
In Native but Foreign, historian Brenden W. Rensink presents an innovative comparison of indigenous peoples who traversed North American borders in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, examining Crees and Chippewas, who crossed the border from Canada into Montana, and Yaquis from Mexico who migrated into Arizona. ...

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