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ID120 Chapter 9: As Long as the Grass is Green

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Native history in north america has never really been about natives, its been about what. Land is a defining element of aboriginal culture; it contains
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ID120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Henry Knox, Treaty 2

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For 250 years, whites and indians fought and made peace. The great debate in spain, 1550 and 1551, debated over whether or not indians have souls and i
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ID120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Appalachian Mountains, Indian Act

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It is a common myth that indians were waiting for europeans to lead them to civilization. North america defends democracy as the cornerstone of social,
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ID120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, National Indian Gaming Commission, Charlottetown Accord

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The cherokee participated in slavery and after the civil war, the cherokee signed a treaty with the u. s. that extended cherokee citizenship to cheroke
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ID120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: English Canada, Seigneurial System Of New France, Fort Mims Massacre

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In october of 1492, christopher colombus came ashore somewhere in the caribbean which. Almo indian massacre supposedly happened in almo, idaho in 1861
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ID120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Pierre Trudeau, Simulacrum, Indian Register

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There are 3 types of indians: dead indians, live indians, and legal indians. Dead indians stereotypes or clich s that north america has conjured up out
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ID120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Running Antelope, Jay Silverheels, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network

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As soon as colonies were established and people found the time, indians began appearing in literature, art, and pop culture. Indians were a potent mili
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