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[Past Event] American Revolution in Native America | Livestream Zoom

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Course Description:

The American Revolution was, in many important ways, an Indian War. It was a war in which ordinary Natives fought and died in great numbers; a war in which ordinary Natives assumed critical, pivotal roles; a war that would reshape the balance of power between Europeans and Native Americans permanently. In part one, we’ll examine the ways in which Natives shaped the American Revolution. In part two, we’ll focus in upon the life of Molly Brant, a Mohawk who became the lynchpin of the British-Iroquois alliance.

 

Tuition: $30.00

Additional Fees: $0.00


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Day/Time

Mondays, Apr. 4, 11 *4:00 – 5:15 p.m.* (2 sessions)

Location

Course will meet via Zoom and will NOT be recorded or available for viewing later. A Zoom link will be emailed to each participant prior to the class session.

Facilitator:

Richard Bell, Ph.D., is Professor of History at the University of Maryland. He received his doctorate from Harvard University and has held major research fellowships at Yale, Cambridge and the Library of Congress. He is an elected member of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts and a fellow of the Royal Historical Society.