HIST. 400: Indigenous People of the Great Plains
Instructor: Andrew Isenberg
Monday & Wednesday
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Course Fulfillment: 3H
Category Fulfillment: II
Indigenous People of the Great Plains
This course examines the emergence of horse-mounted indigenous societies in the Great Plains; the nature of the indigenous societies of the Great Plains in the nineteenth century; conflicts with the United States; the beginning of the reservation period; and indigenous people of the Great Plains in the modern era. Readings combine primary documents and novels with selections from anthropology, social history, and environmental history.