- Title Pages
- Illustrations, Maps, and Tables
- Introduction: Oklahoma as America
Part IBefore Allotment Land and the Making of Creek Nationhoods
1Owning and Being Owned: Property, Slavery, and Creek Nationhood to 1865
2An Equal Interest in the Soil: Small-Scale Farming and the Work of Nationhood, 1866–1889
Part IIAllotment: Dividing Lands, Nations, and Races
3Raw Country and Jeffersonian Dreams: The Racial Politics of Allotment
Part IIILiving Under Allotment: Race and Property
4Policy and the Making of Landlords and Tenants: Allotment, Landlessness, and Creek Politics, 1906–1920s
5We Were Negroes Then: Political Programs, Landownership, and Black Racial Coalescence, 1904–1916
6The Battle for Whiteness: Making Whites in a White Man's Country, 1916–1924
- Epilogue Newtown: Unsettling Oklahoma, Unsettling America
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