However, the American dream has never faltered for a moment; even in the face of sure failure, and sure destruction, the United States has triumphed.
The years 1805, 1905, and 2005 were no exception to this tradition; tho...
It was with pleasure that I read For An Amerindian Autohistory.
A literate and well-argued plea for a reassessment of Canadian history from the Amerindian point of view ... His most original contribution is his reliance on the traditions of his people and oral testimony ...
He is deeply imbued with his Huron culture." Olive Dickason, Department of History, University of Alberta For an Amerindian Autohistory Georges E.
Introduction As the country of America keeps expanding and getting larger as well as more advanced, many people tend to forget where and how this nation was developed.
Furthermore, many sensitive American audiences were offended at the rampant...
A Huron born and raised near Quebec City, Georges Sioui is the first to present guidelines for the study of Native history from an Amerindian point of view.
Read more Cities attracted a diverse population composed of hundreds of ethnicities from around the globe. Roosevelt’s “New Deal” was the ultimate reform movement, providing bold reform without bloodshed or revolution.
German and Scandinavian immigrants poured into America during the late 19 century, attracted by extravagant stories of the wonderful American lifestyle: three meals a day, freedom, and social equality. Although many Americans criticized President Roosevelt for his “try anything” approach and wasteful spending, Roosevelt saved the Americ... government had increased taxes to raise revenue for the relentless war machine, but had neglected to lower them back down after the conflict had concluded. Read more Even before the Civil War had concluded, Northern politicians were busy making Reconstruction plans for the Confederate States.