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Global History 10% Assignment - Annotated Bibliography

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This assignment was focused on annotating three readings for an essay question within the course focused on Indigenous peoples in the Americas. It was worth 10% and the assignment scored 88/100. The readings include Deloris's ‘Custer Died for your Sins’, 'The Lancaster Treaty of 1744', and Wilbur's 'The Appalachian Indian Frontier: The Edmond Aitken Report and Plan of 1755'.

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Dakota people Custer Died For Your Sins Native Americans in the United States Cultural appropriation Iroquois Deloria Indigenous peoples of the Americas Vine Deloria Jr. Philip J. Deloria
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Dakota people Custer Died For Your Sins Native Americans in the United States Cultural appropriation Iroquois Deloria Indigenous peoples of the Americas Vine Deloria Jr. Philip J. Deloria
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In this book, Deloria challenges the popular euro-centric version of the history of indigenous peoples in the Americas by offering a Native American perspective to historical discourse. Deloria, a Native American author, theologian and historian, wrote the book with both indigenous and non-indigenous American peoples in mind and saw it as required reading. In challenging this one-sided view of history written by Europeans stemming from the early eighteenth century, Deloria writes about the differences between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples. He contends that one of the starkest differences between “white and Indian” was one of geography; this meant Native Americans were not influenced by the post-Roman atmosphere and instead by “simplicity and mystery”. Deloria also notes that Native Americans had their own political history that is often ignored ...
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