NO LONGER AVAILABLE American Revolution in Indian Country: Crisis and Diversity in Native American Communities is the twelfth printing of Colin Calloway's 1995 publication in the Studies in North American Indian History Series published by Cambridge University Press. The historian looks at the impacts on and responses of eight First Nations communities during the time of the American Revolution. The book provides an introductory overview of this revolutionary war in Indian country. The first chapter describes the war years, and the final chapter and epilogue describe what occurred after the war years. The book offers analysis of eight communities that felt the impact of war regardless of their alliance or neutral approaches. The eight communities in the case studies are Odanak (Abenaki), Stockbridge, Oquaga (Six Nations Iroquois), Fort Niagara, Maquachake, Chota (Cherokee), Tchoukafala (Creek), and Cuscowilla (Seminole). Using records from British, American, Canadian and Spanish sources, the author convincingly documents the struggles, strategies, and experiences of the people in these communities and their efforts to maintain sovereignty and interests during the American Revolutionary War. The book includes an index, bibliography, and maps.