History, for all its facts and figures, names and dates, is ultimately subjective. Hearing different angles on historical events gives you a more insightful, more accurate, and more rewarding understanding of events - especially when a new viewpoint challenges the story you thought you knew. Native Peoples of North America pairs the unmatched resources and expertise of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian with the expert knowledge of Professor Daniel M. Cobb of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to provide a multidisciplinary view of American history, revealing new perspectives on the historical and contemporary experiences of Indigenous peoples, and their significant impact on the history of our country. Professor Cobb brings his experience as an author and teacher to recount an absolutely fascinating, larger-than-life story across a timespan of more than 500 years. Be prepared - this course is going to change how you understand American history.
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