The World Turned Upside Down: Indian Voices from Early America Topics for Discussion

Colin G. Calloway
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What role did illness and disease play in the encounter between Europeans and Indians?

What does Joseph Brant argue in his 1789 essay, "Indian vs. White Civilization?"

What objection does Samson Occom have to the stipend awarded him by the Commissioners of Boston?

Describe why the Delaware Indians were particularly vulnerable to European colonization pressures and how they responded to these pressures.

What was the United Indian Nations, and what impact did it have on land negotiations?

What was the nature of the Indian Trade and Non-Intercourse Act and how effective was this legislation?

What did the Narrangansett Indians intend by declaring their 1644 "Act of Submission?" How can this act be considered a slight to the Puritans?

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