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Global History Essay Plan

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This essay plan focuses on the Indigenous peoples in the Americas and their perception of the European culture (religion, warfare, trade and governance and so on). This essay plan scored 90/100 and was worth 10%.

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Global History Essay Plan
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Indigenous peoples of North America Indigenous peoples of the Americas Native Americans in the United States New Spain Lenape First Nations Americas
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Indigenous peoples of North America Indigenous peoples of the Americas Native Americans in the United States New Spain Lenape First Nations Americas
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However, this essay will observe academic literature/sources to ascertain some indigenous peoples’ interpretation of European culture– drawing on south, central and north America ...
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