9780136051985

Primary Source Documents in U.S. History, Volume 1

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  • ISBN13:

    9780136051985

  • ISBN10:

    0136051987

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 7/21/2008
  • Publisher: PEARSON

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Table of Contents

A Continent of Villages, to 1500
The Story of the Creation of the World, Told by a Zuntilde;i Priest in 1885
The Discovery of Corn and Tobacco, as Recounted by a Penobscot Elder in 1907
A Cherokee Explains the Origins of Disease and Medicine in the 1890s
A Story of the Trickster Rabbit, Told by a Micmac Indian in the 1870s
Two Nineteenth-Century Archaeologists Provide the First Scientific Description of the Indian Mounds of the Mississippi Valley in 1848
A Jesuit Missionary Reports on the Society of the Natchez of the Lower Mississippi in 1730
The Constitution of the Five Nation Confederacy Records the Innovation of an Iroquois Founding Father of the Fifteenth Century
When Worlds Collide, 1492-1588
Christopher Columbus Writes of His First View of the New World in 1492
An Aztec Remembers the Conquest of Mexico a Quarter Century Afterwards, in 1550
An Early Proponent for Native Rights Condemns the Torture of the Indians in 1565
A Shipwrecked Spaniard Writes of His Incredible Journey through North America from 1528-1536
A French Captain Describes his First Contact with the Indians in 1534
A French Jesuit Describes the Cosmology of the Montagnais Indians in 1534
An English Scientist Writes of the Algonquian Peoples of the Atlantic Coast in 1588
The Governor of Roanoke Describes His Return to the ldquo;Lost Colonyrdquo; in 1590

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