2.(a)Analyze the roots of removal policy; why did the United States make Indian removal a national policy?

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1.(a) European males typically depicted Indian women as living in unremitting hardship, and colonial literature often told of European women being raped and abused when captured by Indians. What indications does Mary Jemison give that the lives of women—Indians or Europeans—in Seneca society were rather different? (b) What information does Jemison offer about Indian societies and intercultural interaction in early America? © What values, and limitations, do these documents have as historical sources for understanding the goals and experiences of Seneca people in tumultuous times?

2.(a) Analyze the roots of removal policy; why did the United States make Indian removal a national policy? (b) What methods of removal did the United States implement and where? (c) Consider the arguments for and against removal. What forms of resistance and support formed in response to the removal policy? Use the Cherokee resistance to removal as your example. (d) Finally, how was removal implemented in the South? In your essay use all the following material:
“Indian Removals,” pp. 258-274
“Cherokee Women Oppose Removal,” pp. 282-286
“Foundations of Federal Indian Law and Native Response,” pp. 286-293
“John Marshall, Cherokee Nation vs. The State of Georgia, 1831 and “Worcester vs. Georgia,1832 and John Ross Reactions to Worcester vs. Georgia, April 28, 1832,” pp. 286-293
and Alexis de Tocqueville, See the Canvas Pages

3.(a) Where and in what ways did American expansion affect Western Indians before the mid-19th century? (b) Trace the plight of the California Indians from the full impact of European contact in 1769 through the genocide perpetrated by both the California state legislature and the federal government in the wake of the Gold Rush. You must use the following material in your answer: In Calloway, “California Missions,” pp. 214-216 and “The American Empire Reaches the Northwest,” pp. 309-313 and Genocide 10/14 in Canvas PAGES.

4. (a) Why did the United States relocate and confine Indian people to reservations? Use as an example Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce’s of Oregon rejection of that policy and Chief Joseph’s Plea for Freedom. (b) What do the extracts from Chief Joseph’s speech tell you about Chief Joseph’s rejection of the U.S. government reservation policy and the conduct of U.S. Indian policy? (c) What does Chief Joseph’s Speech, pp. 348-358, reveal about the options and strategies and the role and authority of an Indian leader in a time of crisis? (d) Finally, to what extent does Chief Joseph seem to be speaking in a context and terms defined by Whites? What metaphors and expressions might reflect romantic American stereotypes about defeated and disappearing Indians?

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