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2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
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HIS 226 - Native American History, 1871 to Present

4 credits (Spring)
From the end of treaty-making with the United States in the late-nineteenth century through to the present, this course examines the struggles of Native people in asserting tribal sovereignty while simultaneously acknowledging connections to the United States. Focusing on some well-known events and people, like Little Big Horn and Geronimo, and many lesser-known people and events, this course examines persistence and change as American Indians in the United States grappled with issues of sovereignty and citizenship.

Prerequisite: HIS 100  or second-year standing.
Instructor: Lacson