166AC+first+class - Metacom / King Philip (Wampanoag)...

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William Blake, Europe supported by Africa and America
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Landfall and  Possession
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John Smith’s Map of Virginia (1624)
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Smiths Map of Bermuda
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Miranda — The Tempest
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“ This island’s mine…”
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Caliban Reclaimed
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Indian Princess
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Matoaka alias Rebecca, daughter of the Mighty Prince Powhatan Emperor of Attanoughkomouck alias Virginia converted and baptized in the Christian faith, and wife to the worshipful Mr. John Rolff. (1616)
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First original American depiction of Pocahontas (c. 1730)
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Pocahontas two ways
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War Department Map Cherokee and Creek Country
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Originally Cherokee, now Union County The Cherokee Land Lottery, containing a numerical list of the names of the fortunate drawers in said lottery, with an engraved map of each district. (1838)
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Samson Occom (Mohegan) William Apess (Pequot) Occom, Apess
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Gifts from Aronsen (husband to Eunice Williams) to Stephen Williams, her brother.
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Tom Torlino (Navajo) Carlisle Indian School, 1882
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Zitkala-Sa (Sioux) a.k.a. Gertrude Bonnin
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Witchcraft at Salem
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Classic Salem
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The Afflicted
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Unformatted text preview: Metacom / King Philip (Wampanoag) Wabanaki Territory Detail from etched birch bark container (Wabanaki) Wabanaki at war Witch marks Tituba: Look into this glass. What see you? Mary: Nothing but a golden vapor. Yes, something more. An island, with the sea breaing all round it, like a blooming hedge. What land is this? Tituba: It is San Salvador, where Tituba was born. What see you now? Mary: A man all black and fierce. Tituba: That is my father. He was an Obi man, and taught me magic from H. W. Longfellow, Giles Cory of Salem Farms (1880) Reclaim Tituba Jeffersons Inalienable Rights Frederic Church, The Natural Bridge (1852) James Logan (Cayuga/Mingo) Thomas Jefferson The Weather at Monticello Thomas Jeffersons Farm Book Role of the negroes taken in 1782 Hemings and Jefferson Family Tree Thomas Jefferson A Philosophic Cock (1803) Clotel illustration in original edition (1852) White City Columbian Exposition, Chicago (1893)...
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