Images of Native Americans in U.S. Historical Writing and Teaching

Can a nation state fairly present and teach a history of the peoples it dispossessed?

Lecture Description

An overview of how historians in the United States have understood and described indigenous peoples. This review reveals the conflict between intellectual growth and popular intransigence and suggests how the Native American story might be told in a multicultural nation.

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American Indian General and Historiography

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