NATIVE AMERICANS 1830–1890
Primary source collection, guide, reproducible activities, CD-ROM
Photographs: Indian chiefs and U.S. officials, a corn dance at San Felipe, a Navajo weaver, Dakota sun-dried meat, a Pueblo bakery, a hogan, Yellow Dog (Crow chief), and a woman cutting wood. Documents: a Bismarck newspaper with account of Custer massacre, the North American Indian Declaration of Allegiance, Aleutian boat diagrams, the Cherokee alphabet, the Indian Relocation Act of 1830, a Tlingit totem pole, a Oklahoma Territory map, and woven baskets.
This title is part of the series: EXPLORING HISTORY THROUGH PRIMARY SOURCES
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