"The Individual in History: Native American Resistance" focuses on two defining moments in history: New England colonial expansion during the 1670s, with an emphasis on King Philip, who waged war against English colonists in what is now southern New England in 1675; and westward expansion in the early 1800s, highlighting Tecumseh and his brother the Prophet, who attempted to unite all tribes in a fight against the pioneers. While other resources focus on the victimization of the culture, the engaging activities inside "Native American Resistance" encourage students to examine the complexity of Native American politics and intertribal policies. Interactive lessons developed by award-winning teachers are used in conjunction with primary sources to provide students with a more complete understanding of Native American culture from their perspective and a study of the ways individuals can influence history.
Number of pages: 171
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