Comparing the Oneota of Wisconsin to the Aztecs of Mexico
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Students study the Oneota Indians of Wisconsin. They compare and contrast them to another group of natives in the Americas around the same time. They conduct intelligent discussion of the Oneotas that gives evidence to support statements.
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