Ninth Judicial Circuit Historical Society, 1999.
Hardcover. Fine. 248 pp, with acknowledgements, short titles, index. Clean and tightly bound, with no visible wear. No dust jacket. A legal history study focusing on relations between indigenous populations and whites in North America when dealing with disputes over homicides. Reid highlights both the dissention between cultural ideas and crosscultural assimilation of ideas about homicide, vengeance, and the issues created.