- Title Pages
- Notes for the Reader
- Introduction: A Language for Imagining Native America
- 1 Noble Savagery in European Court Entertainments, 1550–1760
- 2 Death, Defiance, and Diplomacy: Resistance in British-American Theater and Song, 1710–1808
- 3 Imagining the Frontier, 1795–1860
- 4 <i>“In the Glory of the Sunset”: Singing and Playing</i> Hiawatha
- 5 Ethnographic Encounters
- 6 The Nationalism Controversy: Quotation or Intonation?
- 7 In Search of the Authentic: Musical Tribal Portraits, 1890–1911
- 8 “I'm an Indian Too”: Playing Indian in Song and on Stage, 1900–1946
- 9 Underscoring Ancestry: Music for Native America in Film
- Appendix 1 Forty-nine Parlor Indian Songs and Ten Parlor Instrumental Works, 1802–1860s, Arranged Chronologically
- Appendix 2 Selected List of Instrumental Character Pieces (Musical Tribal Portraits)
- Imagining Native America in Music
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