American Confluence: The Missouri Frontier From Borderland To Border State by Stephen Aron

American Confluence: The Missouri Frontier From Borderland To Border State

byStephen Aron

Paperback | September 7, 2009

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In the heart of North America, the Missouri, Ohio, and Mississippi rivers come together, uniting waters from west, north, and east on a journey to the south. This is the region that Stephen Aron calls the American Confluence. Aron's innovative book examines the history of that region-a home to the Osage, a colony exploited by the French, a new frontier explored by Lewis and Clark-and focuses on the region's transition from a place of overlapping borderlands to one of oppositional border states. American Confluence is a lively account that will delight both the amateur and professional historian.

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Stephen Aron is Professor of History at UCLA and Executive Director of the Institute for the Study of the American West at the Autry National Center. He is author of How the West Was Lost: The Transformation of Kentucky from Daniel Boone to Henry Clay.
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Title:American Confluence: The Missouri Frontier From Borderland To Border StateFormat:PaperbackDimensions:328 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:September 7, 2009Publisher:Indiana University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0253200113

ISBN - 13:9780253200112

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Table of Contents

Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Openings
2. Traditions
3. Newcomers
4. Transfers
5. Quakes
6. Closings
Epilogue
Notes
Index

Editorial Reviews

"A real pleasure to read, the book adds considerably to the anthropological discussion about the degree to which invading people are successful in transplanting their culture and the degree to which they are transformed by the new environment and peoples they are invading." -Missouri Historical Review