Native peoples of North America

Daniel M. Cobb

Sound recording - 2016

Join the Smithsonian Institution to discover the rich history of native Americans.

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Series
Great courses.
Subjects
Published
Chantilly, VA : The Teaching Company [2016]
Edition
[PDF workbook version]
Language
English
Item Description
"The Great courses, Topic: History ; Subtopic: American history"--Cover.
"Course no. 8131"--Disc labels.
24 lectures lasting 30 minutes each.
Accompanying CD-ROM contains course workbook in PDF format.
Physical Description
12 audio discs : CD audio, digital; 4 3/4 in. + 1 computer optical disc (digital, 4 3/4 in.)
Format
Compact disc; PDF requires Adobe Reader or PDF reader.
ISBN
9781501955006
1501955004
Main Author
Daniel M. Cobb (author)
Corporate Authors
Smithsonian Institution (-), Teaching Company (production company), Recorded Books, Inc (distributor)
  • Disc 1. Native America: a story of survival
  • The Columbian exchange: new world for all
  • Dosc 2. The native south and southwest in the 1600s
  • Werowocomoco and Montaup in the 1600s
  • Disc 3. Iroquoia and Wendake in the 1600s
  • Indian-European encounters, 1700-1750
  • Disc 4. The Seven Years' war in indian country
  • The American revolution through native eyes
  • Disc 5. Indian resistance in the Ohio country
  • Indian removal: many trails, many tears
  • Disc 6. Native transformations on the great plains
  • Indians, manifest destiny, and uncivil wars
  • Disc 7. Native resistance in the west, 1850s-1870s
  • The last indian wars?
  • Disc 8. Challenging assimilation and allotment
  • American indians and the law, 1883-1903
  • Disc 9. The ghost dance and the peyote road
  • Native America in the early 1900s
  • Disc 10. American indians and World War I
  • Making a new deal in native America
  • Disc 11. American indians and World War II
  • Indian termination or self-determination?
  • Disc 12. Native radicalism and reform, 1969-1978
  • Reasserting rights and tribal sovereignty.