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Forest diplomacy : cultures in conflict on the Pennsylvania frontier, 1757 / Nicolas W. Proctor, Simpson College.

Author/Creator:
Proctor, Nicolas W., 1969- author.
Other Title:
Cultures in conflict on the Pennsylvania frontier, 1757
Publication:
New York : W. W. Norton & Company, [2019]
Series:
"Reacting to the past" series
Reacting to the past
Format/Description:
Book
xi, 155 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Pennsylvania.
Diplomacy -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Simulation methods.
Indians of North America -- Government relations -- Study and teaching -- Simulation methods.
Indians of North America -- Treaties -- Study and teaching -- Pennsylvania.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Study and teaching -- Pennsylvania.
Indians of North America -- Government relations -- To 1789 -- Sources.
Intercultural communication -- Study and teaching -- Simulation methods.
Educational games.
Fantasy games.
Role playing.
Educational games.
Fantasy games.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Study and teaching.
Indians of North America.
Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Intercultural communication -- Study and teaching -- Simulation methods.
Role playing.
Childrens subjects:
Pennsylvania -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Study and teaching.
Form/Genre:
Sources.
Contents:
Part 1. Introduction
Brief overview of the game
Prelude
Treaty Council
Coda
How to react
Game setup
Game play
Game requirements
Prologue: Three roads to Easton
A Len�ap�e seeking justice
A Commissioner seeking peace
A Quaker pariah
Part 2. Historical background
Chronology
The foundations of forest diplomacy
The Iroquois League
The Delaware
The Quakers
Growth of Pennsylvania
The Covenant chain
Walking Purchase of 1737
King George's War and the Treaty of Lancaster
The Ohio Valley and Fort Duquesne
The Albany Conference and Washington's defeat
Ware in the border lands
Panic and appropriations
Quaker idealism
War in earnest
Recent military events
A chance for peace
Military forces
Part 3. The game
Major Issues for Debate
Diplomacy
Indian politics
Making war
Accommodation
Pennsylvania politics
Rules and procedures
Objectives and Victory Conditions
Follow the Protocols
Talks "In the Bushes"
Proper eating
Wampum
Memory aids
Shout "You- hey!"
Gift giving
Patronage and other side deals
Basic outline of the game
Prologue
Game Session 1: Prelude
Game Sessions 2-4: Treaty Council
Game Session 5: Coda
Debriefing
Assignments and grading
Speeches
Written Assignments
Counterfactuals
Part 4. Roles and factions
Delaware
Iroquois League
Interpreters
Pennsylvanians
Proprietary Faction
The Pennsylvania Assembly
Independents
Part 5. Core texts
Philadelphia Treaty of 1742
Treaty of Lancaster, 1744
Carlisle Treaty of 1753 000 Supplemental Documents
John Heckwelder, "The Coming of Miquon"
David Zeisberger, "Delawares and the Allegheny River Valley"
John Woolman, "Epistle from the Society of Friends," 1755
William Smith, A Brief State of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1755
"Deliberations of the Governor's Council," 1756
"John Armstrong's Account of the Kittanning Fight," 1756
John Cox, "Testimony of an Escaped Prisoner," 1756
"Great Law of the Iroquois League"
Appendices
Delaware as women
Teedyuscung's Raid.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:
9780393673784
0393673782
OCLC:
1035392538
Publisher Number:
99982059828
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