HIST 241: Native American History

HIST 241
Native American History Crosslisted as ETHN 241
History of Native peoples of North America, focusing on peoples of the region that became the United States. Surveys major themes and issues in Native American history from origins to the present day. Includes tribal cultures and politics; responses to and interactions with Europeans and Euroamericans; land loss and the degradation of Native Americans' natural resource bases; "pan-Indian" movements; cultural persistence and revitalization; and tribal economies in the twentieth century.
Credit Hours: 3
Course Delivery: Classroom
ACE Outcomes: 9
Groups: United States or Canadian History


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