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Native American and European ideas about race, gender, and identity, and its influence on Indian Removal.
Ethnocentricity and Adaptation after the American Revolution; Expansion with Honor Policy
About 50 min. Diplomacy and Warfare; Native Political Goals; Seven Years' War; American Revolution
About 30 minutes, early encounters between Indians and the English. Book excerpt is from Charles C. Mann's "1491" pages 32-36.
About 58 minutes, trade systems in the pre- and post-contact Southwest, Southern Plains, Upper midwest and northwest coast
About 35 minutes. European worldview of colonization, Indian and European relations in the Southwest, the Pueblo Revolt.
About 37 minutes
What happened at Contact
Legal History of Colonization
Contact in the Southeast
Archealogy and the Ancient Past
About 35 minutes.
Why Study Native American History
Native American Oral Traditions