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text Rethinking Michigan Indian history

Summary

Rethinking Michigan Indian History is a teaching tool that honors the Chippewa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi and the twelve federally recognized tribes of Michigan by recognizing their role and place in Michigan history--exploring what most people know (or do not know) about them.

Contents

Defining our terms and exploring stereotypes : building a specific context -- Challenging the "great man" theory of history -- Indian treaties and the U.S. Constitution -- How historical maps influence thinking about Michigan's Indians.

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Description
xi, 215 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 28 cm + 1 4 3/4 in. CD-ROM
Publisher
Michigan State University Press 2005

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TADL-WOOD 977.4 LEB in Adult Non-fiction Available

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