Robert Lee Interview 19/11/18

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Here's the seventh episode of the Cambridge American History Seminar Podcast! Bobby Lee of Cambridge University and the Harvard Society of Fellows talks to Lewis Defrates about his paper 'Indian Boundaries, Settler Populations, and Demographic Origins of the Missouri Crisis'. We discuss Bobby's attention to Native American conflict and landclaims in the unique site of Boone's Lick, MO and its relation to the huge increase in white settlement there following an 1815 proclamation by William Clark. We also talk about using archival finds on microfilm, working in American History with the name 'Robert Lee', and probably the most creative avoidance of the favourite album question so far! Bobby's recent work is accessible in Volume 103 Issue 4 of the Journal of American History and for Slate at the following link www.slate.com/articles/news_and_…actually_cost.html I should note I misspoke at one point and called Keokuk 'Keotuk'. My mistake entirely, sorry! Feel free to get in touch via @camericanist on Twitter or ltd27@cam.ac.uk if you have any questions, suggestions or feedback for the future. Spread the word, and thanks for listening! (this podcast was previously uploaded in stereo, it's now in mono. sorry for the double upload!)

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