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Adena Society Thesis Statement

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Compare and contrast the material in the lecture notes and the material from the readings.
Thesis Statement
Although there is some misinformation about the Adena Society and some confusing or incomplete information about the Iroquois and the French explorer Henri DeTonti, a closer look at the overall history of the Adena, as well as the overall history of the iroquois, and comparing the lecture notes to the actual historical information contained in the readings, will show that the lecture notes are historically accurate.

II. Misinformation in lecture notes
Adena Society the Great Serpent Mound vs the Serpentine Mound Zaleski OH vs Peebles OH
Iroquoian longhouses animal skins vs elm bark for covering
Stored bark
III. confusing or
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The Iroquois Tribes. US History online textbook. http://www.ushistory.org/us/1d.asp 6 Mar. 2016

I. Which European Colonial Country treated the Native Americans with concern and recognition of their humanity?
A. Thesis Statement
While the Spanish forced the Native Americans to convert to Christianity and kept them as slaves living in horrible conditions in the Missions, in contrast the French treated the Native Americans as equals by encouraging a peaceful coexistence with the tribes and giving natural citizenship to Native Americans who were baptized as Catholics, in addition the French often adopted Native American culture while living among the tribes and by learning the Native American languages.
II. Spanish and Native American relationship
Establishment of the Missions
The changing goal
The Spanish need for labor
Native Americans and the Missions
Taken to the Missions
Forced to convert to Christianity the Native Americans kept as slaves living conditions in the Missions
Native American Diet
Native American health dormitories The French and the Native American relationship
The French
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Starting with the Spanish who forced the Native Americans to convert to Christianity and kept them as slaves living in horrid conditions in the Missions. in contrast the French treated the Native Americans as equals by encouraging a peaceful coexistence with the tribes and giving natural citizenship to Native Americans who were baptized as Catholics. in addition the French often adopted Native American culture while living among the tribes and by learning the Native American languages. First the Spanish. Spain established Missions in New Spain, now the Western United States, with a stated goal of converting Native Americans to Christianity. At the start they did work toward that goal, and at first it may have been their only goal. But the goal changed as there weren’t many Spanish willing to settle in the New World and Spain had sent their Military and their Missionaries. As a result the Spanish needed to acquire a source of labor to support the Pueblos, Presidios, and Missions, This where the Native Americans came into the
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