Although The Devil and Daniel Websteris a light weight hug of big themes—and is dated—I was taken with the scene below because of how it mentions American Indians:
WEBSTER (looking over the deed that Jabez Stone has signed with Scratch): H’m. This appears — I say appears — to be properly drawn. But you shall not have this man! A man isn’t property! Mr. Stone is an American citizen, and no American citizen may be forced into the service of a foreign prince.
SCRATCH: Foreign? And who calls me a foreigner?
WEBSTER: Well, I never heard the dev— of your claiming American citizenship.
SCRATCH: And who with better right? When the first wrong was done to the first Indian, I was there. When the first slaver put out for the Congo, I stood on the deck.