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There are 13 web lessons. Displaying lessons 1 through 13.
Impact of Westward Expansion on Indigenous Populations

Students will learn about the impact of westward expansion on Native American... [more]


Whose Land Is It Anyway?

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the interaction and conflict between Native Americans and white settlers in the years following the Civil... [more]


Evaluating the “Save the Indian” Reforms

Students will understand the complex motives, methods, and effects of the campaign of the late 19th-century to “save” the... [more]


Jamestown Scavenger Hunt
The student... [more]

American Indians

Review of major regions of Native Americans and how their cultures were influenced by geography, natural resources, and religious... [more]


The Displacement of the Native Americans

Students will demonstrate an understanding of the interaction and conflict between Native Americans and white settlers in the years following the Civil War and examine how those conflicts impacted the Native American way of life on the Great... [more]


Impact of Westward Expansion on Indigenous Populations

Students will learn about the impact of westward expansion on Native American... [more]


Jefferson Administration

The students will analyze and explain the major domestic issues occurring during the Thomas Jefferson administration.



Students will be able to describe and discuss how the United States acquired the Louisiana Territory and how the United States acquired information about its new... [more]


The Story of the American Indians

This lesson introduces the concept that Indians adapted to the areas of the American continents in which they were located. The students will study and compare the different American Indians tribes, their rituals, daily lives, and their impact on the Europeans who came later to the... [more]


A Differentiated Way through Think Dots

The students will classify new species and compare the contributions of Natural Resources found during the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Other students will investigate and research the Capital, Natural, and Human Resources of the American Indians that were met along the trail since the 19th... [more]


Learning about Native Americans through Artifact Analysis and Artwork


Students will learn how a Native American's environment (including the geographic region where they lived) influenced their food, clothing, shelter, and the overall culture of a... [more]


The First North Americans

Students will understand the different North American Indian groups, by region, and the type and impact of their interaction with... [more]


Expansion and Reform: Applying the Declaration of Independence

Students should conduct inquiries and research-acquiring, organizing, analyzing, interpreting, evaluating, and communicating facts, themes, and general principles operating in American history.



Using the Declaration of Independence, students will formulate the historical question: What... [more]