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  • 1. Native North Americans
  • 2. Introduction 1450 2010
  • 3. A little bit of history…
  • 4. Pre-Colombian times
    • 40-12 thousands years ago: Arriving of Paleo-Indians to the Americas
    • Spreading and diversification of languages and tribes
  • 5. European colonisation and consequences
    • 1492: Discovery of the Americas by Christopher Colombus
    • 16th- 19th century: Dicrease in the number of Native North Americans due to:
    • - Epidemic diseases brought from Europe
    • - Wars against Europeans
    • - Internal wars
    • - Enslavement
    • - Intermarriages
    • Positive effects: Introduction of new animals and plants
  • 6. Colonial revolts
    • 1783: Treaty of Paris
    • 1776-1783: American Revolutionary War
  • 7. Post-Revolution times
    • 1819: Civilization Fund Act
    • Late 19th century: Establishment of Native American boarding schools
    • 1924: Indian Citizenship Act
    • Late 18th century: Washington tries to civilize Native North Americans
  • 8.  
  • 9. Current situation
  • 10.
    • Canada: 600,000
    • USA: 3 million
    • Mexico: 33 million
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  • 13. Vancouver Olympic Games 2010
  • 14. Description of two different tribes
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  • 17. Conclusion 1450 2010

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