This class will look at the major tribal societies of people who lived in America before the Europeans arrived and what happened to them afterward. Lecture and discussion will cover the Woodland Indians of the Northeast, the Iroquois Confederation to the Pueblo societies in the Southwest to the Aztecs of Mexico and the Inuit in the far north, and of course, the Cherokee right here in Georgia.
Special notice: This class will be delivered online. You will need access to a computer with an internet connection that remains stable for the duration of the class. Though a chat feature is available, a microphone is preferred. For most productive audio/video participation, a webcam and/or headset are encouraged. Virtual classes may be recorded.
Professor of History emerita, at Kennesaw State University,PhD, Loyola University of Chicago. Specialist 19th and 20th century US and European history, Author of Mad for Speed, the Racing Life of Joan Newton Cuneo and Georgiarambler.com a travel and culture blog.
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