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Links 1 through 10 of 112 by Christy Keeler tagged Exploration

This website includes detailed lesson plans to teach the encounter between Native Americans in Pennsylvania and Europeans. It includes links to primary sources and links to other lesson plans on connected subject matter.

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This author tells of being well treated by Native Americans—a contrast to the reports of Spanish Conquistadors. In order to maintain public opinion about the Native Americans, the book was not published until the 19th century.

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A collection of primary resources, historical documents, literary texts, and works of art that are thematically organized with notes and discussion questions.

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This website features a powerpoint that details the Native American tribes of the 1400's and the European travels for exploration. Features maps and graphics.

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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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This website provides website links, lesson plans and webquests for teachers and students to use while learning about various explorers and Native American encounters.

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This website provides a history on Native American peoples beginning with the year 1,000 A.D. It is also any easy website for students to navigate through and use as a reference when doing research.

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This website is a Resource Database that provides resources for native / indigenous cultures around the world and has 33 subtopics. Useful for narrowing to a specific topic.

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The Library of Congress has created a collection of themed materials for teacher use in the classroom. This link takes you directly to the Native American theme, but other themes can be navigated from this link. You will find primary source sets (digitally archived), exhibitions and presentations, and many other materials for both teachers and students to use.

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