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Disease ravaged colonial-era Native American populations. What health challenges do they face today? [...] »

Learn about the history of the United States up to 1815 with this website dedicated exclusively to early American history. [...] »

A unique website designed to foster communication regarding all of the planet's native peoples. [...] »

Learn about the Chickasaw Indians, originally from the American South, with this website. [...] »

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Tie civics into units involving Native American history using relevant full-text legal documents. [...] »

Inspect nine early land dispute treaties between the Native Americans and the British or U.S. [...] »

 
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