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5. Pacific Coast, Contact, American Beginnings: 1492-1690, Primary ...
To the Home Page of the National Humanities Center Web Site ... his expedition claimed the region for Russia whose fur-traders and missionaries defined the ...
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Dr. Samuel Jennings, The Married Lady's Companion, 1808, excerpt
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Washington and Martha Custis. Painted by Junius Brutus Stearns, lithograph by Régnier; Paris, 1854. Library of Congress.] THE. Married Lady’s Companion, ...
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French-English rivalry, Northeast, late 1600s
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML proselytes are called Praying Indians, or Cagh- nuagaes, and reside now in Canada at the Fall of .... or rather the credit which trade give them, would ...
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The Church of England in Early America. Religion, Women, & the Family ... Morgan in A Little Commonwealth (1970), a study of family life in Plymouth Colony. ...
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to the present (NOAA)The Paleoindians almost surely came to the New World on ..... His recent publications include The Ecological Indian: Myth and History ...
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to the present (NOAA)The Paleoindians almost surely came to the New .... The Hawaiians ate some and killed others for their feathers to ornament clothing. ...
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The Effects of Removal on American Indian Tribes .... But Paleoindian technology was far more varied and cannot be reduced to Clovis points. ...
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Resource Workshops for High School Teachers of U.S. History and ...
National Humanities Center Online Resource Workshops for High School Teachers. Want to learn more about teaching primary documents in U.S. history classes? ...
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Witchcraft in Salem Village, Essay-Related Seventeenth- and ...
"The Carey Document: On The Trail of a Salem Death Warrant" http://earlyamerica.com/review/summer97/carey.html. Not on the Salem witchcraft hysteria per se, ...
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