New in Paperback this Month

The following books are now available in paperback editions.

Winner of the James F. Sulzby Book Award from the Alabama Historical Association, Rivers of Sand by Christopher D. Haveman is a study of the Creek home front in Alabama during the removal period, their experiences moving west, and the ways they reestablished their lives in Oklahoma Territory.

Winner of the Sally and Ken Owens Award from the Western History Association, Hawaiian by Birth by Joy Schulz explores the tensions among competing parental, cultural, and educational interests affecting the hundreds of white missionary children born and raised in the Hawaiian Islands during the nineteenth century, and the impact these children had on nineteenth-century U.S. foreign policy.

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