The Treaty Trail: U.S. Indian Treaty Councils in the Northwest
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Students create a timeline with the major events of the 19th and 20th century dealing with Native Americans. They examine artifacts and discuss how they reflect culture. They also identify trade routes the Native Americans used.
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