Native and Indigenous Americans
Maps as Heritage: Commemoration and Travel in American Cartography
Perspectives on the United States
The Second Great Awakening
American Indians in an Age of Empire and Revolution: Glossary
American Indians in an Age of Empire and Revolution, 1750-1783: Assessments
American Indians in an Age of Empire and Revolution, 1750-1783: Primary Source Activities
Fort Laramie and the Dakota
Maps and the Beginnings of Colonial North America: Document-Based Questions
This is part of a set of classroom materials for the Digital Collection Maps and the Beginnings of North America.
The Colonization of the Black Hills in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in Historic Maps and Documents
How can old maps help us understand the complexities of colonization in North America? What sorts of evidence do they offer? Does their distinct styling, framing, and content change how a particular landscape can be represented? Might these elements have in fact aided colonization in the Black Hills?
American Indians in an Age of Empire and Revolution, 1750-1783
Indians in the Archives
What do historical images of American Indian peoples tell us about the evolving relationships between Indians and non-Indians? What valuable information about our past and ourselves can we glean from artworks that portray indigenous peoples and also the materials that artists used?