Examine the Displacement of Native American Peoples Through Primary Source Documents
Great new book examines diaries, paintings, interviews, newspaper articles, maps, documents, artifacts, and first-hand accounts related to the colonization and settlement of North America. Your students will:
- Analyze various types of evidence related to the displacement of Native Americans during colonization and westward expansion.
- Get insight into how the displacement and abuse of Native Americans impacted the U.S. and Canada, as well as how it continues to impact American politics and culture today.
- Learn how perspective can shape the analysis and interpretation of evidence.
- Better understand how historical controversies have developed related to the displacement of Native Americans.
Helpful for putting events such as the Indian Removal Act of 1830 and the Battle of Fallen Timbers into historical context while encouraging critical thinking. This book is loaded with primary and secondary source documents.
©2016. 7 x 9 inches. Softcover, 48 pages.