Native Americans: The History of a People
This in-depth program provides an excellent introduction to the variety of Native American cultures that existed before the arrival of the Europeans. It examines what was unique about these cultures and what they had in common, focusing on how they lived, food sources, dwellings, and more. The program also looks at the history of contact and conflict between Native Americans and Europeans, including wars and broken treaties. It concludes with a brief discussion of ongoing issues in the lives of Native Americans today.
Teacher's guide includes script, teaching objectives, glossary, suggested lessons, and reproducible activities.
|Subject||SOCIAL STUDIES, The American West, Native American Studies|
|Running Time||25 min.|
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