The Native American Rights Movement in the United States

By Finley, Sally | MultiMedia Schools, May/June 2001 | Go to article overview

The Native American Rights Movement in the United States


Finley, Sally, MultiMedia Schools


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Description: This electronic encyclopedia serves as a research tool providing more than 500 topics related to the Native American Rights Movement in the United States. Media photos, video, audio, tables, and primary source documents accompany numerous entries.

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Content/Features: This program offers a research tool to investigate topics related to the Native American rights movement through eight themes: Acculturation, Activism, SelfGovernment, History, Spirituality, Stereotypes, Federal-Indian Relationships, and Land.

The nearly 500 entries cover the key figures, issues, events, and legislation that have played key roles in the movement for Native American rights. Subjects include the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Sand Creek Massacre, Dennis Banks, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Acculturation, Committee of One Hundred, and more.

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