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Page 1 – Introduction
4. If you have time, also watch Howard Zinn: A People’s History of the United States – Part 1: Bread and Roses.
1491 – Episode 1 – Origins
Visit this site to find which Natives lived on the land where you now live.
Enslaved Indigenous People
Use this resource from the National Museum of the American Indian.
Short video introduction- Biography.com – Lewis and Clark – Discovering the Louisiana Purchase
Thomas Jefferson Foundation
Kids Discover – Louisiana Purchase
Learning for Justice – Discovering Lewis & Clarke (Native American Perspectives on westward expansion)
Tribal Perspectives – Northwest
Attend a Pow-Wow. Find one here.
The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross
Listen to the Missing History Episode by Today, Explained Podcast
The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross – Episode 2 (53 mins)
If you didn’t already watch African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Episode 1, the section starting from
minute 41:00 focuses on the Black presence in the Revolutionary War.
Watch Gullah Roots (PBS)
Read About That Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya (NYTimes)
WATCH: Haudenosaunee: Women and Governance (PBS)
Reconstruction: America After the Civil War
Read “We Legitimize the ‘So-Called’ Confederacy With Our Vocabulary, and That’s a Problem” (Smithsonian
Week 19 and 20
Chinese Exclusion Act
Episode 4 (Making a Way out of No Way)
DK has an interactive resource, with short explanations about the war.