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Werowocomoco and Montaup in the 1600s

Lecture no. 4 from the course: Native Peoples of North America

Werowocomoco and Montaup in the 1600s

Taught by Professor Daniel M. Cobb | 29 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses

Using common material objects as examples, Dr. Cobb demonstrates how connections were forged between Native Americans and newcomers as they incorporated each other into their worlds. In doing so, both cultures were transformed. You’ll examine specific examples across the Northeastern Woodlands down to Werowocomoco, in present-day Virginia, to understand how the search for common ground began at first contact and still exists today.

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