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Links 1 through 10 of 131 by Christy Keeler tagged Conflict

This is a PBS series that a teacher can use to show portions for background building or for visual learning. The series focuses on different eras of African life in America beginning with the first arrival in the Americas. The series includes materials, video, and pictures which integrate with lessons on these topics.

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Europeans came to North American in search of precious metals – finding none, they embarked upon the next best thing – furs. The site provides links to articles on early trades, legal and illegal trades, and battles for trades.

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This site describes the types of conditions enslaved Indians went through during the pre-colonial time period. It discusses the different slavery among tribes, and the conditions that these enslaved Indians faced. It gives a detailed descriptions of how they worked, where they worked, and who owned them. I believe that this site would be useful for students in the upper elementary, middle, and high school levels.

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This is a book that discusses in detail the number of Indians who were enslaved by other Indian nations, the French, and the Spaniards due to Warfare, due to kidnapping, and due to trade amongst the Europeans. It discusses the decline of slavery during the colonial period. It discusses the treatment that the Native Americans went through during this time. This is a great source for intermediate teachers to use to instruct. It is also a great resource for students in the intermediate grades to use for research on this topic.

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There were an estimated 18 million Native Americans living north of Mexico at the beginning of the European invasion. Prior to the arrival of the Europeans, American Indians were remarkably free of serious diseases. People did not often die from diseases. As the European explorers and colonists began to arrive, this changed and the consequences were disastrous for Native American people. The death tolls from the newly introduced European diseases often reached 80-90 percent. Entire groups of people vanished before the tidal wave of disease.

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This is an article Native Americans in Africa and South America, as well as the American colonies. It describes how both Native Americans and African Americans were involved with slavery.

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This is a dissertation written about the intersected lives of African Americans and Native Americans. It goes into great detail about the cultural interactions from different time periods and from different perspectives.

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There are multiple Native American tribes that share the passions, customs and lifestyles of the First Peoples so that readers may understand what it was like to live in the early days. These tribes include: Anasazi, Catawba, Cheyenne, Chumash, Crow, Gros Ventre, Lenni-Lenape, Lumbee, Moche of Peru, Taino, and the Yahgan.

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