History - Corn= much sugar Planting= 400 ad= Animals,...

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History March 18, 2008 Themes that are cutting across Native American absence but also a presence Evidence: artifacts; written evid.; transcriptions 18 th cent: few natives who begin to express themselves and leave behind some written documents (natives converted to Christianity) Up streaming: Native americans migrate across the bearing strait 1200 years ago, there was a mass migration of people into the north Americas From clovis (new mexico) Domestication of corn(maize) Beans, squash, and corn (the three sisters)
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Unformatted text preview: Corn= much sugar Planting= 400 ad= Animals, berries, acorns Divisions of labors are pretty sexist. English viewed men as lazy because their duties were sporty rather than chores Bacons rebellion- Virginians killed the wrong natives in search of retribution Major observation Demographics Contact with others= drastic population drop Small pox Chicken pox Mumps Measles Morning wars- loss of life through disease...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course HIST 317L taught by Professor Tully during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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