ATF Ch6 - What historical conditions gave rise to this...

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After the Fact Chapter 6-Response Directions: Choose ONE of the following questions to answer. Your response should be typed (double spaced) in essay form, in no more than 12 point font with standard margins. The length of the assignment should be at least a FULL page and no more than two. 1)What is the New Western History?
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Unformatted text preview: What historical conditions gave rise to this perspective? What does it add to our knowledge of the American West? 2)What is the “middle ground” thesis? What picture does it paint of European-Indian interactions? How does it depart from Turner’s thesis?...
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  • Spring '10
  • larson
  • Native Americans in the United States, Western United States, New Western History, Fact Chapter 6-Response

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