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Students will study the relationship between American Indian and non-Indians during the Utah Territorial period.
This is the third of five lessons in the Seventh Grade American Indian History Lesson Plan Unit:
The long, difficult, and unique process of statehood involving Utah's American Indians and non-Indian peoples, cultures, and ideas left a legacy that continues to shape Utahs political, social, and economic landscape today.
Essential Question 1: What was the relationship between American Indians and non-Indians during the Utah Territorial period?
(Note: most of these conflicts are discussed in A History of Utah's American Indians, edited by Forrest Cuch.)
Evaluate findings for agreement/disagreement among sources.
Essential Question 2: What role did Utah American Indians and non-Indians play in Utahs quest for statehood?
Essential Question 1: Assessment
Essential Question 2: Assessment
Utah State Office of Education
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American Indian History
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