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Native American - Explain the "vacuum domicilium."

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Native American

1. Explain the "vacuum domicilium." Describe how it affected the European American's perspective of Native Americans. Explain how it ultimately affected relations between European Americans and Native Americans.

2.Explain the term "Pan-Indianism." Provide a real example of a Pan-Indian activity.

3. Explain the "trail of tears." Explain why it occurred, who was affected, and what the consequences were.

4. Describe some of the "minority group responses" that were exhibited by the Native Americans in response to dominant group oppression.

5. Describe some of the "dominant group responses" exhibited by European Americans in response to Native American resistance.

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