AIH-11: Utah American Indian and non-Indian Conflicts
Students will study the relationship between American Indian and non-Indians during the Utah Territorial period.
AIH-12: American Indian Tribal Sovereignty
Students will understand the relationship among the governments of the sovereign American Indian Nations in Utah, the State of Utah, and the United States.
AIH-9: Legends and Stories of American Indians
Students will learn why it is important to hear the legends and stories of American Indians.
BUS: IT - Utah Stories Project
The Utah Stories Project at iTunes U is designed to collect stories about Utah places, events, history, people, and happenings from students, teachers, and residents. These stories can be "published" in the form of audio, enhanced audio, video, or PDF to Utah's K12 iTUnes U page. Many of these stories will be able to be tied to a geo-location by giving the latitude and longitude in GPS coordinates of the event or place.
Cultural Lit. 27: U.S. Government & Indian Nations
Students will: Explain the Constitutional basis of the Federal Indian relationship; summarize the Constitutional references to American Indians; and, evaluate the importance of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787, after receiving direct instruction from instructor, reading selected texts, and working in group structures, within two class periods.
Cultural Lit. 28: The Constitution & Treaties
Students will: Identify the Constitutional basis of treaty-making; evaluate the impact of treaty-making on the Indian nations; and, compare and contrast Indian treaties with other foreign treaties of the 18th and 19th centuries, after receiving direct instruction from instructor, reading selected texts, and working in group structures, within two class periods.
Cultural Lit. 29: Native American Sovereignty
Students will: Analyze the meaning of Indian Sovereignty, describe the authority of Indian governments as sovereign nations; and, explain the importance of the Marshal Trilogy of Supreme Court cases between 1821-1832, after receiving direct instruction from instructor, reading selected texts, and working in group structures, within two to three class periods.
Female Leaders Throughout Paiute History
The student will understand the life of Sarah Winnemucca and be able to draw connections between
Winnemuccas beliefs and accomplishments and the beliefs and impact of contemporary Southern
Paiute women leaders.
Goshute Adaptability in a Delicate Homeland...
The student will be able to relate the ingenuity and adaptability of the Goshutes to the environmental
conditions and historical events that characterized the Goshute experience in the nineteenth and
How the Miss Navajo Competition Reflects the...
The student will be able to understand how the skills necessary to win the Miss Navajo competition
reflect the ingenuity and culture of the Navajo people.
Rethinking Thanksgiving: The Reality of Indian-English
The student will be able to comprehend the differences between the story of Thanksgiving and the
reality of the political tensions in early seventeenth-century New England and compare that situation
to the settlement of Utah.
The Ingenuity of Utah's Indian Leaders
The student will be able to identify some of Utahs American Indian leaders and explain their unique
contributions to their tribes and the history of Utah.
The Life and Legacy of Chief Washakie
The student will be able to comprehend the changing circumstances impacting the Northwestern
Band of the Shoshone through the life story of Chief Washakie.
Ute Ingenuity as Personified by Historic Ute Leaders
The student will be able to identify major Ute leaders and explain their unique contributions to their
tribes and the history of Utah.