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Links 31 through 40 of 1065 Christy Keeler's Bookmarks

University of Tennessee Exhibit on the history of the Cherokee Indians including the early encounters between them and Hernando de Soto and their participation in the Trail of Tears.

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Jonathan Edwards' books (Volume 1 and 2) about the Life & Diary of the Rev. David Brainerd are available from this site. Brainerd was a missionary to several Native American tribes and died in Edwards home - leaving him his diary and notes. This provides primary source information from a missionary's viewpoint.

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This article by Mary Arnold describes various tribes' responses to European settlers. This would be a good resource for teachers/older elementary students to extend background knowledge.

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Exploration Fur Trade and Hudson’s Bay Company website has a number of activities geared towards 5th grade and middle school students. Teachers can access Building a Trading Post: How to Choose a Site lesson plan and a crossword puzzle highlighting the role of the HBC in the fur trade industry with Native Americans.

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In the "Divining America - Religion in American History" secton, there are 2 articles that would be helpful for teachers to build background knowledge. One is entitled "Native American Religion in Early America; the other is "Religious Pluralism in the Middle Colonies". The first provides a synposis of Native American beliefs; the second gives a brief account of early missionary experiences in Middle America.

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for some Native Americans this combination provided them with the necessary goods to climb the ladder of wealth. Native Americans were experienced in hunting and the white traders had the steel tools, and as they say the rest is history. The website contains lessons on Basic Units of Trade: Money Blankets & Coppers, Free Presentations in PowerPoint format, and Free Clip Art

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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 includes a variety of direct quotes (primary sources) from Native Americans from various tribes that reveal their thoughts on the encounters experienced with Europeans. Many reveal their response to the European's religion.

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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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The daily life of a Native American Woman is described, with photos attached. Each picture has a brief description of some of the daily tasks the women had and discussed how the Anglo culture viewed them.

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