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Last year, Native Americans from around the country gathered to celebrate the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian. The museum is all about the rich culture and history of Native Americans
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Chapter 17 Exploration: Europe, the Americas, and Africa Chapter PreviewChapter 17 Exploration: Europe, the Americas, and Africa Chapter Preview
This chapter will examine European exploration in North America, South America, and Africa
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Background of north american nationsBackground of north american nations
The women in most Native American societies also prepared meals, made clothing, pottery, and baskets, and cared for the children. 5 The men hunted, worked on the land, built homes, and performed ritual ceremonie
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Defining us: The American ExperienceDefining us: The American Experience
Essential Learning: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the interaction and conflict between Native Americans and white settlers in the years following the Civil War and examine how those conflicts impacted the Native American way of life on the
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8ss Reid – War 1812 Play8ss Reid – War 1812 Play
United States against the strong British kingdom, for a second time? Who would the Native Americans in North America side with in this clash of empires? We must look at the events that led up to the conflict and consider all sides to understand what
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Plimoth Plantation: Forming Collective Memory about the Treatment of Native AmericansPlimoth Plantation: Forming Collective Memory about the Treatment of Native Americans
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Chapter 3: The Rise of Urban America introductionChapter 3: The Rise of Urban America introduction
During the nineteenth century, by contrast, changing technology, particularly advances in transportation such as the railroad, came to play a major role in the growth and development of cities
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Video comprehension questions: What part of the country did the Cherokee originally occupy?Video comprehension questions: What part of the country did the Cherokee originally occupy?
How did the prospectors and settlers who crossed hunting lands affect the life of the Lakota?
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Topic or Issue: Christopher Columbus – Hero or Villain? Compiled byTopic or Issue: Christopher Columbus – Hero or Villain? Compiled by
Students will describe the historical movements that influenced the development of the United States from pre-Columbian times up to 1800 with an emphasis on the American Revolution and the founding of the United States
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Week 7: nature and the environmentWeek 7: nature and the environment
Nature is part of human life today. To give you just two examples: We see our connections with nature in anxieties over climate change, with global warming, melting sea ice, rising sea levels, freak storms becoming the norm etc etc
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Slaughterhouse Rules: Early Settlers and Native American Violent RelationshipsSlaughterhouse Rules: Early Settlers and Native American Violent Relationships
Berrier. However, it does not matter who was first to the New World when it comes to the Native Americans. Any European group that came to the New World caused conflict with the Native Americans that ended in slaughter
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Chapter 5 Equal Rights: Struggling toward Fairness Chapter OutlineChapter 5 Equal Rights: Struggling toward Fairness Chapter Outline
Distinguish between civil liberties and civil rights, and determine whether constitutional devices intended to provide equality under the law have been successful
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Chapter 6 Fur Traders and Missionaries Soon after the sea and land explorers, twoChapter 6 Fur Traders and Missionaries Soon after the sea and land explorers, two
These were the first permanent white settlers to live in the area that is now Washington. Each group came here for different reasons. The fur traders were sent by their companies to obtain valuable fur pelts
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Name Date Chapter 18 section 3 Native American Struggles page 542Name Date Chapter 18 section 3 Native American Struggles page 542
As long as white people regarded the Plains as the “Great American Desert” they left the Native Americans who lived there more or less alone
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