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State of Affairs Between the Native Americans and the European Settlers

http://www.vcdh.virginia.edu/teaching/jamestown/affairs.html

Description: Using the painting "John Smith Trading with Native Americans" (and other paintings on the Virtual Jamestown site) and a 1663 primary source by William Berkeley, examine relations between the Native Americans and the European settlers in early colonial Virginia. Standard 5.3.2 and 5.3.3

Author: Scott Waring, Center for Technology

Lesson ID: 977

Trail on Which They Wept

http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/curriculum/socialstd/grade5/Trail_Wept.html

Description: This is the story of Sarah Tsaluh Rogers, a young Cherokee girl, her family, and the "Trail of Tears." The story begins in 1837 and describes the Cherokees' lifestyle in Georgia and the 115 long, difficult days of their journey from Georgia to the Indian Territory in Oklahoma. Standard 5.3.4 and 8.8.2

Author: Patricia King Robeson, Montgomery County Schools Maryland

Lesson ID: 1114

We Both Want to Use This Land

http://www.1704.deerfield.history.museum/teachers/lesson1.jsp

Description: Both European and Native peoples left distinctive imprints on the land. In addition, each group wanted to use the same land in different ways. In this lesson, students learn about differences between these ideas of land use by closely examining artwork that depicts homes, communities, and surrounding landscapes from each culture. The case study used features the question: What problems were created when both the Pocumtucks and English settlers wanted to live in the Deerfield area? See also http://www.1704.deerfield.history.museum/teachers/lesson8.jsp Standard 5.3.3

Author: Deerfield Museum

Lesson ID: 1360

When Is a Fight a Massacre? The Bloody Brook Massacre and Falls Fight

http://www.1704.deerfield.history.museum/teachers/lesson5.jsp

Description: In this lesson, students study reports written through time about "Indian massacres" in Deerfield, Massachusetts, in the early 1700's focusing on the consequences of the attacks and evidence of bias in the reports. They will analyze report sources and begin to understand the concept of bias and point of view in written historical records as well as learn about the issues of King Philip's Wars in New England. Standard 5.3.3

Author: Deerfield Museum

Lesson ID: 1361

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