Workshop: The Great Sioux War (3 credits) HSTA 494 - 401

Dates:July 7-13, 2019
Meets:Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F and Sa from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 7 sessions
Location:COE 122
Instructor:Tom Rust
Fee: $297.00
Workshops:Workshop Listing

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Course Description: This course is a survey course covering the events surrounding and different interpretations of the Great Sioux War if 1876 at the time and after. Students will enmeshed themselves in the events of the war and its subsequent scholarship. Through the perspectives of the participants and the changing views over time, the scholars will achieve a rare glimpse into the historical events from a myriad of perspectives and its changing meaning over time. Through the richer understanding of the Great Sioux War, the subsequent events following the war come into clear focus. The Reservations, Indian Boarding Schools and White Settlement become an extension of the fateful events of June 25, 1876.


Course Content Goals and Objectives: (for education course, align with at least one INTASC Standard as listed on pages 2-3 of this document.)


Assignments: (Include point values for each assignment and a total points possible.) Attendance of NEH Workshop Activities Curricular assignment required for all NEH Participants Historiographical Essay


Grading: (Students must accrue 80% of the total points possible to receive a pass for the course. This course must be Pass/Fail and cannot be graded.)


Attendance of NEH Workshop Activities = 100 pts


Curricular assignment required for all NEH Participants = 100 pts


Historiographical Essay = 200 pts



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