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