Includes bibliographical references (p. -259) and index.
Introduction: Squaring the circle -- Prairie heirs and heiresses : Native American history and the future of the West in Caroline Soule's The pet of the settlement -- The house divided : class and race in the married woman's home -- Object lessons : domesticity on display in Native American assimilation -- The cook, the photographer, and her majesty, the allotting agent : unsettling domesticity in E. Jane Gay's Choup-nit-ki -- A model of its kind : Anna Dawson Wilde's home in the field -- Border designs : domestic production and cultural survival -- Postscript: The map and the territory.
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