Indigenous People Throughout the Transatlantic World: An Examination of How Different Groups Interact with Freedom
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Indigenous people formed the basis of our country. They are critical in telling the narrative of our history and have established the foundation for understanding identity. Indigenous groups are great examples of freedom and movement across the Transatlantic World as both concepts were greatly affected by the introduction of Europeans into their native areas. This project will examine three tribes of indigenous people across the Transatlantic World and will uncover the common themes of the effects of European influence on these peoples.
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ghs210, freedom, movement, indigenous people, United States, US, Taino, Iroquois, Crow
Fulton, Kate; Kenzith, Andrew; McGannon, Katie; Bates, Jannai; and Clark, Jp, "Indigenous People Throughout the Transatlantic World: An Examination of How Different Groups Interact with Freedom" (2019). Fall 2019 Projects. 4.