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Outside America
Race, Ethnicity, and the Role of the American West in National Belonging
Dan Moos

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
introduction
The American West and U.S. National Culture
rough riding across america
Mythologizing the West, Constructing the Nation
reclaiming the frontier
Oscar Micheaux as Black Turnerian
recasting the west
Frontier Identity and African American Self-Publication
the making of americans
Assimilation and Mormon Literature of the Mid-Twentieth Century
buffalo bill’s object lessons
Native American Survivance in the Arena
conclusion
Notes
• Works Cited
• Index

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