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Native Voices

First Contacts

  1. Introduction: Pocahontas
  2. Native Americans Discover Europeans
  3. Native Americans Discover Europeans
  4. Native Americans Discover Europeans
  5. Native Americans Discover Europeans
  6. The Diversity of Native America: The Southwest
  7. The Diversity of Native America: The Plains
  8. The Diversity of Native America: The Middle Colonies
  9. The Diversity of Native America: The Northeast
  10. Childbirth and Infancy
  11. Childbirth and Infancy
  12. Childbirth and Infancy
  13. Boyhood and Girlhood
  14. Boyhood and Girlhood
  15. Boyhood and Girlhood
  16. Boyhood and Girlhood
  17. Courtship, Marriage, and Gender Roles
  18. Courtship, Marriage, and Gender Roles
  19. Courtship, Marriage, and Gender Roles

Cultures in Conflict

  1. Introduction: Tecumseh and the Shawnee Prophet
  2. Coexistence and Conflict in the Spanish Southwest: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680
  3. Coexistence and Conflict in the Spanish Southwest: The California Missions
  4. Opening of the French Fur Trade
  5. The Pilgrims from the Indian Perspective
  6. Conflict and Accomodation in the Northeast: Destruction of the Pequots
  7. Conflict and Accomodation in the Northeast: A Naragansett Plea for Unity
  8. King Philip's War
  9. Conflict and Cooperation in the Southeast
  10. Beginnings of the Fur Trade in the Carolinas
  11. The Iroquois and English Form an Alliance
  12. Shifting Loyalties
  13. Great Wars for Empire
  14. Advice from the Master of Life
  15. Survival Strategies
  16. Survival Strategies
  17. Survival Strategies
  18. Survival Strategies
  19. Survival Strategies
  20. Survival Strategies
  21. Survival Strategies

Removal and the Trail of Tears

  1. Introduction: Removal and the Trail of Tears
  2. Indian Haters and Sympathizers
  3. Indian Haters and Sympathizers
  4. The Missionary Impulse
  5. The Missionary Impulse
  6. The Missionary Impulse
  7. The Missionary Impulse
  8. The Missionary Impulse
  9. President Monroe Justifies the Removal Policy
  10. Jackson's Rationale for Removal
  11. A Member of Congress Speaks Out Against the Removal Policy
  12. A Former Commissioner of Indian Affairs Denounces the Failure to Keep Whitess Off Cherokee Lands
  13. Jackson Defends the Removal Policy
  14. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs Outlines Post-Removal Indian Policy
  15. Toward a New Policy: Concentrating Indians on Reservations
  16. Resistance in the Courts
  17. Resistance in the Courts
  18. Resistance in the Courts
  19. Responses to Removal
  20. Responses to Removal
  21. Responses to Removal
  22. Responses to Removal
  23. The Black Hawk and Seminole Wars
  24. The Black Hawk and Seminole Wars
  25. The Black Hawk and Seminole Wars
  26. The Black Hawk and Seminole Wars

Resistance on the Plains

  1. Introduction: Sitting Bull
  2. The Reservation Policy
  3. Great Sioux Uprising Of 1862
  4. The Sand Creek Massacre
  5. The Sand Creek Massacre
  6. New Directions in Government Policy
  7. New Directions in Government Policy
  8. New Directions in Government Policy
  9. New Directions in Government Policy
  10. The Battle of the Little Big Horn
  11. The Battle of the Little Big Horn
  12. Chief Joseph
  13. Chief Joseph
  14. Wovoka and the Ghost Dance
  15. The Ghost Dance and the Wounded Knee Massacre
  16. The Ghost Dance and the Wounded Knee Massacre
  17. The Ghost Dance and the Wounded Knee Massacre
  18. The Ghost Dance and the Wounded Knee Massacre

The Struggle for Self-Determination

  1. Overview: Ben Nighthorse Campbell
  2. Reforming Indian Policy
  3. The Struggle for Self-Determination
  4. Friends of the Indian
  5. The Struggle for Self-Determination
  6. The Struggle for Self-Determination
  7. A New Deal for Native Americans
  8. A New Deal for Native Americans
  9. A New Deal for Native Americans
  10. House Concurrent Resolution 108
  11. From Termination to Self-Determination
  12. Declaration of Indian Purpose
  13. Problems of the American Indian: The Forgotten Americans
  14. Seizure of Alcatraz Island

The Quest for Political, Cultural, and Economic Sovereignty

  1. The Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Today
  2. Asserting Tribal Sovereignty
  3. Asserting Cultural Sovereignty
  4. Preventing the Exploitation of Native American Cultures
  5. “The New Buffalo”?
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