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We Are Still Here
Essay on the impact of two major battles between the American army and American Indians: the Battle of Little Big Horn Battle and how it led to the 1890 massacre of Sioux men, women and children at Wounded Knee, which was the final battle in the four-centuries-long war between native Americans and European/American settlers. Based on Peter Iverson's book, "We Are Still Here: American Indians in the 20th Century."
Peter Iverson certainly knows what happened at the Battle of Little BigHorn Battle It was one of the last great battles in the centuries-long... more
3 pages | 1 sources | 3 citations | MLA citation style

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Puritan and Indian Women
Analysis of the lives of Puritan and Native American women. Contends their lives were somewhat similar, but they were fundamentally different from each other, with Puritan women far lower in the hierarchy of their society than were American Indian women and with no expectations that their status would improve throughout their lives.
Despite the fact that there were a number of important differencesbetween Puritan women and women among the native peoples that Puritansettlers first... more
4 pages | 2 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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Chief Plenty Coups: Leading the Crow to a New Life
A discussion of the leadership of the Crow Indians by Chief Plenty Coups, including pre-reservation life, reservation life, and efforts aimed at fighting for Crow rights with the U.S. government.
Chief Plenty Coups Leading the Crow to a New LifeIntroduction Chief Plenty Coups of the Crow was born in the son of MedicineBird and his wife Otter... more
11 pages | 8 sources | 15 citations | APA citation style

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Discusses four books that illustrate the sacred and secular as one. Mary Crow Dog's "LAKOTA WOMAN," N. Scott Momaday's "HOUSE OF DAWN," Ricardo Pozas' "JUAN THE CHAMULA," Thomas Sanchez's "RABBIT BOSS." The sacred as an integral part of the environment of Native Ameicans. Role of ancient religion to health and identity.
The four books, Mary Crow Dog’s Lakota Woman, N. Scott Momaday’s House of Dawn, Ricardo Pozas’ Juan The Chamula and Thomas Sanchez’s Rabbit... more
4 pages | 4 sources | 11 citations | MLA citation style

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Discusses the responses of Native Americans to the arrival of Europeans after 1492. Variety of responses of different Nations of Native Americans. Superiority attitude of Europeans. Focuses on encounters between several Native American Nations and the Spanish & English settlers. Diffeent approaches to colonization of the 2 countries. Destruction of Indian way of living.
The responses of the various nations of Native Americans to the arrival of Europeans after 1492, and the manner in which they... more
6 pages | 3 sources | 15 citations | MLA citation style

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Examines the indigenous culture in the 16th and 17th Centuries. Horticulture activities. Their food supply, housing, socials units, cultural & political practices. King Philip's War of 1675 as reaction to white colonial settlements and threat to traditional Native Ameican economic and cultural activities. Issue of land and displacement of natives by whites.
The first peoples of Southern New England was essentially unified by a single cultural group. The lives of these American Indians... more
8 pages | 4 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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Discusses her rise to power in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma to Principal Chief. Her early impoverished life. Growing interest in tribal politics. Involvement with Naïve Americans in San Francisco. How she helped bring self-sufficiency to her people and helped raise the status of women. Her contribution to the feminist movement in general.
The history of the women’s rights movement is littered with trailblazers who led the way before women believed they would achieve equal rights with... more
10 pages | 6 sources | 18 citations | MLA citation style

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Discusses how the first European settlement of Southern New England disrupted the Native American culture of the region. Differing structures and social systems of Indian & European cultures. King Philip's War (1675-1676). The issue of land ownership, and scarcity of good, arable land leading to friction and eventual violance.
Southern New England was the home to a complex civilization when some of the first European settlers to the New World came to the area that is... more
8 pages | 6 sources | 11 citations | APA citation style

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Discusses impact of racism & ethnicity on Native Americans. Compares 2 works of fiction: THE LONE RANGER AND TONTO FISTFIGHT IN HEAVEN, Sherman Alexie's collection of short stories, and Louise Erdrich's novel TRACKS. Contends that all Alexie's stories are pessimintic & cynical with major theme of individual rather than cultural survival. Cites Erdrich's portrayal of Native Americans continuing their struggle to maintain their cultural heritage as containing more subtleties of life & complexi6y of narrative & structure than Alexie's stories.
This study will discuss race and ethnicity, specifically issues related to Native Americans, in two works by Native American writers, Sherman Alexie's... more
8 pages | 6 sources | 12 citations | MLA citation style

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Importance and contributions of the tribe. Warrior people and most powerful Indian tribe in Ohio. Early history of the Miami. Why they became a migratory people. Chief Little Turtle and his defeat of two American armies. Retaliation by U.S. government. U.S. forcing the Miami's to give up their last reservation in 1818.

The existence of the Miami Indians was recorded by French
explorers and missionaries as far back as the... more
10 pages | 6 sources | 24 citations | MLA citation style

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