American Indian History Since 1806

HISTORY 373

Examines images and realities of North American Indian cultures and history from early 19th century through present day. Focus on American Indian responses to Anglo-American nation building and encroachment, radical decline of Indian populations over the 19th century and complex survival strategies initiated by American Indians in the face of decimation, Anglo-American attempts at religious and cultural conversion; and Indian response and resistance, and demographic and political revitalization of Indian peoples in the 20th century. Instructor: Barr
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • CZ