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HIST 338B - Native Communities in Southern California from Colonization to the 20th Century

Units: 3
Students will read, consider, and discuss in detail scholarly studies in the history and ethnography of native communities in Southern California, beginning with the background of colonization (beginning in San Diego in 1769) and write a substantial research paper dealing with a specific theme. (For example, the paper might concern the experience of indigenous women, the construction of native leadership, or the development of a specific event through time, such as the exile of the Cupeños from Kupa and Agua Caliente.)

Satisfies GE area: DD



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