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Native Peoples of North America

Join the Smithsonian and an award-winning professor to recount an epic story of resistance and accommodation, persistence and adaption, and extraordinary hardship and survival.

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June 13, 2019
This course was informative, well-annotated, and eye-opening. I was very impressed with the content and the delivery. Dr. Cobb did a masterful job of covering such a broad topic as Native American of North America in just 24 lectures. I firmly believe that this course should be a required course in high school US history classes since it contains so much information omitted from such high school courses. All Americans need to know about how Native Americans were murdered, cheated, and treated so poorly throughout the history of this nation. Also, many Native Americans who stood for equal rights are included in this course. I am thankful to learn more about their tremendous contributions to our country and celebrate their lives, thanks to this informative course. I give this course my highest recommendation.

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