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Why you can't teach United States history without American Indians / edited by Susan Sleeper-Smith, Juliana Barr, Jean M. O'Brien, Nancy Shoemaker, and Scott Manning Stevens.

Contributor(s): Sleeper-Smith, Susan
Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC : The University of North Carolina Press, [2015]Edition: 1st editionDescription: xii, 335 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781469621203 (pbk : alk. paper)Subject(s): Indians of North America -- History -- Study and teaching | United States -- History -- Study and teachingDDC classification: 970.004/97 LOC classification: E76.6 | .W49 2015
Contents:
Borders and borderlands / Juliana Barr -- Encounter and trade in the early Atlantic world / Susan Sleeper-Smith -- Rethinking the "American Paradox": Bacon's Rebellion, Indians, and the U.S. history survey / James D. Rice -- Recentering Indian women in the American Revolution / Sarah M.S. Pearsall -- The empty continent: cartography, pedagogy, and native American history / Adam Jortner -- The doctrine of discovery, manifest destiny, and American Indians / Robert J. Miller -- Indians and the California gold rush / Jean M. O'Brien -- Why you can't teach the history of U.S. slavery without American Indians / Paul T. Conrad -- American Indians and the Civil War / Scott Manning Stevens -- Indian warfare in the west, 1861-1890 / Jeffrey Ostler -- America's indigenous reading revolution / Phillip H. Round -- "Working" from the margins: documenting American Indian participation in the New Deal era / Mindy J. Morgan -- Positioning the American Indian self-determination movement in the era of civil rights / John J. Laukaitis -- American Indians moving to cities / David R.M. Beck and Rosalyn R. Lapier -- Beyond the Judeo-Christian tradition?: restoring America Indian religion to twentieth century U.S. history / Jacob Betz -- Powering modern America: Indian energy and postwar consumption / Andrew Needham -- Teaching American history as settler colonialism / Mikal Brotnov Eckstrom and Margaret D. Jacobs -- Federalism: native, federal, and state sovereignty / K. Tsianina Lomawaima -- Global indigeneity, global imperialism, and its relationship to twentieth century U.S. history / Chris Andersen.
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These papers emerged from the symposium, "Why you can't teach U.S. history without American Indians," held at the Newberry Library on May 3 and 4, 2013.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Borders and borderlands / Juliana Barr -- Encounter and trade in the early Atlantic world / Susan Sleeper-Smith -- Rethinking the "American Paradox": Bacon's Rebellion, Indians, and the U.S. history survey / James D. Rice -- Recentering Indian women in the American Revolution / Sarah M.S. Pearsall -- The empty continent: cartography, pedagogy, and native American history / Adam Jortner -- The doctrine of discovery, manifest destiny, and American Indians / Robert J. Miller -- Indians and the California gold rush / Jean M. O'Brien -- Why you can't teach the history of U.S. slavery without American Indians / Paul T. Conrad -- American Indians and the Civil War / Scott Manning Stevens -- Indian warfare in the west, 1861-1890 / Jeffrey Ostler -- America's indigenous reading revolution / Phillip H. Round -- "Working" from the margins: documenting American Indian participation in the New Deal era / Mindy J. Morgan -- Positioning the American Indian self-determination movement in the era of civil rights / John J. Laukaitis -- American Indians moving to cities / David R.M. Beck and Rosalyn R. Lapier -- Beyond the Judeo-Christian tradition?: restoring America Indian religion to twentieth century U.S. history / Jacob Betz -- Powering modern America: Indian energy and postwar consumption / Andrew Needham -- Teaching American history as settler colonialism / Mikal Brotnov Eckstrom and Margaret D. Jacobs -- Federalism: native, federal, and state sovereignty / K. Tsianina Lomawaima -- Global indigeneity, global imperialism, and its relationship to twentieth century U.S. history / Chris Andersen.

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