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21 Cards in this Set

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Tribes in the Southeast (4)
Choctaw, Creek, Cherokee, Chickasaw
Tribes in Eastern Woodland (6)
Iroquois, Illinois, Abenacki, Wampanoag, Shawnee, Peaquot
Tribes in Great Plains (7)
Lakota, Dakota, Nakota, Sioux, Mandan, Cheyenne, Pawnee
Tribes in Southwest (4)
Pueblo, Navajo, Hopi, Apache.
Tribes in California. Northwest, Alaska
Chumash, Haida, Tlingit, Makah
Types of American Diversity (7)
Economic, Racial/Ethnic, Religious, Gender, Political, Ecological.
What makes an American. French-- European Annex (and men) coming together.
Smelting Pot (much broader)-- transcendentalist.
Israel Zangwill- Melting Pot Plot.
Wrote Jewish play The Melting Pot play. New world is place to overcome hatred.
Henry Ford
Facist. Forced European- Americanization. Had a "graduation"
Strengths and Weakness of Kallen's Symphony:
S: It promotes harmony among individualed groups.
w: European based instruments
Why is a Jazz Ensemble a better comparison?
American creation; more individual recognition.
John Dewey
Pragmatism, Lived experience better than theory. Each culture brings something new.
Ann Ryan, Robert Bork, David Duke.
What are common misconceptions about America before Europeans arrived?
Natives: Did use land, little in number, static.
How and when did people arrive in the Americas?
Bering Land Strait.
Became diverse, when?
Archaic Life
Corn development, effects?
co-dependant relationship between people and plant. It was good for the diet, and maize became a part of the religion.
1)Cahokia characteristics?
2)Cahokians Values?
3)Fall of Cahokia
1)Agricultural, stratified society, Along Mississipian river, near St. Louis.
2)Women, Corn, Ritual ceremonies.
3) It dispersed due to climate and overfarmed land.
Chaco Canyon life:
Kiva, subterrianian ceremonial life, Pueblo Bonito was a civilization.
1) Similarities between Pueblo Bonita and Cahokia.
2) Differences
1) Dispersed in similar ways, both important ceremonial life.