Native Americans: Models of Leadership and Interactions with White Settlers
Brady, Mathew B., Approximately, photographer. Sioux and Arrapahoe Indian Delegations. L to R, seated: Red Cloud, Big Road, Yellow Bear, Young Man Afraid of his Horses, Iron Crow. L to R, standing: Little Bigman, Little Wound, Three Bears, He Dog. , None. [Between 1865 and 1880]. Library of Congress, LC-DIG-cwpbh-04474.

Native Americans: Models of Leadership and Interactions with White Settlers

Study the state and structure of various Native American people’s leadership models, and how those played a role in their interactions with White settlers during the Colonial Era of American history.

All attendees of this free Seminar will be provided with a certificate for continuing education and a digital copy of the agenda and document (found here). Click here to register.

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Dates
October 6, 2021 -
October 6, 2021
Times
5:00 PM MST
6:15 PM MST
Location
Online
Organizer
Colorado Council for the Social Studies, TAH.org
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