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Unit 2 Review/Unit 3 Preview: ~ When looking at the African-American relationship with history; we looked at: Slavery Era Relationships Jim Crow/Turpentine Camps Relationship The CCC/FDR, and the role of National Parks Virginia Key Beach Relationship Hurricane Katrina Role ~Indians have a different role They have the concept of usafrux rights; not privatized property ~ What is Property? : An individual’s right to exclude others from the use of something. Not constant- Changes over time and place o The owner changes, the beneficiary changes, the use changes, Human made institution that creates and maintains certain relationships between people and land/objects Is an institution and concept, and have changed and influenced each other over time The forms and meanings of property are defined by and serve the dominant groups Rights and Obligations of property are political; they are enforced by the law ~ John Locke: (Philosopher, associated with the enlightenment)
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  • Fall '09
  • SPREYER
  • Native Americans in the United States, Slavery Era Relationships, Crow/Turpentine Camps Relationship, Key Beach Relationship, Hurricane Katrina Role, dominant groups Rights

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