worksheet 3 native americans (1)

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Mallea – History 76 Name: ________________ Worksheet 3 Native Americans Subject : late 19 th c. reformers attempted to “save” Native Americans during the reservation period and Native American responded Lesson : bias in primary sources and competing interpretations in primary documents. Borrowed textbook: read chapter the West and tribal relations with whites and the government Terms Dawes Severalty Act Ghost Dance (begins with Wavoka) Wounded Knee Massacre Find on a map Pine Ridge, Black Hills, Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse statue (all in SD; I recommend using Google Maps so you can also see satellite images and get a sense of the terrain). Film A. Watch the Reel Injun documentary. How have films portrayed Native Americans over the last 100 years? Provide evidence.
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Unformatted text preview: Be sure to notice changes over time, and the reasons for those shifts in portrayal. Hollitz Read the introduction and “setting” in Hollitz. This helps provide context and it sets up the subject and lesson. Use the “investigation” questions to help you analyze the documents. B. As you read and examine the 14 primary sources, evaluate how each one sheds light on the subject and the lesson. From the written documents, provide an illustrative quotation from each. Example: 1. How does the document inform us about subject of reformers “saving” Indians? How does this document reveal the interpretation of sources? A full paragraph should su²ce. Provide a quotation that illustrates the subject and lesson....
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  • Spring '15
  • long
  • Finance, Primary sources, Dawes Severalty Act, 19th c. reformers, Crazy Horse statue

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