Williamstown MA: Corner House Publishers, 1979. Hardcover. 352p., second printing of the 1970 reprint of the 1913 original, a very nice copy; hardbound, 8.5x5.5 inch blue cloth boards gilt in decorated dust jacket. The jacket has picked up a few faint touches of dust-soil and its spine panel a couple of small shallow scratches, absolutely spotless, sound and unmarked within, a near-fine copy. Corner House social science reprints; general editor Maurice Filler.
From dj: "Existing side by side with Negro slavery Indian enslavement began in the colonies with the distribution and sale of war captives into a condition of servitude. Aided and abetted by French, English and Spanish interests engaged in conflict over territorial control in the New World the use of Indians in bondage progressed from that of servitude with limitation on the period of bondage to outright treatment as chattel property. Virtually all the colonies were involved.." Primary emphasis on England.