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The art of Indigenous Americans and American art history: a century of exhibitions. A discussion of the differences and similarities of the art-historical trajectories of the United States and Canada is beyond the scope of this brief essay, but see Ruth Phillips, “L’Ancien et le Nouveau Monde : aboriginalité et historicité de l’art au Canada,” in Perspective, 3, 2008, p. 535-550.

The art of Indigenous Americans and American art history: a century of exhibitions

Her discussion of the complexities of settler colonialism and Indigenous contestation provides a useful underpinning to my essay. Janet C. Berlo ed., The Early Years of Native American Art History, Seattle, 1992; Janet C. UCLA American Indian Studies Center. Trail of Tears. Locating the Site Map 1: Land occupied by Southeastern Tribes, 1820s.

Trail of Tears

(Adapted from Sam Bowers Hilliard, "Indian Land Cessions" [detail], Map Supplement 16, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, vol. 62, no. 2 [June 1972].) Key: 1. Seminole 2. Creek 3. Questions for Map 1 1. 2. . * The map on this screen has a resolution of 72 dots per inch (dpi), and therefore will print poorly.

Réserve indienne (États-Unis) Code Talkers. Native American Constitution and Law Digitization Project. Native American - Destroying Cultures - Immigration...- Classroom Presentation. Destroying the Native American Cultures When European settlers arrived on the North American continent at the end of the fifteenth century, they encountered diverse Native American cultures—as many as 900,000 inhabitants with over 300 different languages.

Native American - Destroying Cultures - Immigration...- Classroom Presentation

These people, whose ancestors crossed the land bridge from Asia in what may be considered the first North American immigration, were virtually destroyed by the subsequent immigration that created the United States. This tragedy is the direct result of treaties, written and broken by foreign governments, of warfare, and of forced assimilation.

Today, people see the policies of the past with 21st century eyes. One might wonder how the nation's indigenous population became "inferior" cultures in their own land, or how a nation could have committed such atrocities in the name of "progress". In 1786, the United States established its first Native American reservation and approached each tribe as an independent nation. Liste des réserves indiennes aux États-Unis. Les Indiens d'Amériques du Nord. Images of Native Americans : The Bancroft Library. Catégorie:Histoire des Amérindiens des États-Unis. Catégorie:Bataille des guerres indiennes. Bureau des affaires indiennes. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Bureau des affaires indiennes

Sceau du Bureau des affaires indiennes des États-Unis. Le Bureau des affaires indiennes (en anglais Bureau of Indian Affairs) est une administration du gouvernement fédéral des États-Unis qui gère les droits spécifiques octroyés aux minorités indiennes américaines. Cette administration dépendant du département de la Guerre a été fondée le . Le BAI est mis sous tutelle du ministère de l'Intérieur à partir de 1849. La législation en vigueur contraint le BAI de gérer au mieux les affaires des Amérindiens, notamment lorsqu'il s'agit de la mise en location de terres ancestrales appartenant aux communautés amérindiennes. La police indienne[modifier | modifier le code] Depuis 1880, elle dispose de l'United States Indian Police (en) ayant pour juridiction le territoire des cinq tribus civilisées. Black Indians in the United States - Wikipedia. Black Indians are people of mixed African-American and Native American heritage, who have strong ties to Native American culture.[2] Many Indigenous peoples of the Eastern Woodlands, such as the Narragansett, Pequot, Lumbee and Cherokee, have a significant degree of African ancestry.

Black Indians in the United States - Wikipedia

Historically, certain Native American tribes have had close relations with African Americans, especially in regions where slavery was prevalent, or where free people of color have historically resided. Members of the Five Civilized Tribes also participated in enslaving Africans, and some Africans migrated with them to the West on the Trail of Tears in 1830 and later. In peace treaties with the US after the American Civil War, the slaveholding tribes, which had sided with the Confederacy, were required to emancipate slaves and give them full citizenship rights in their nations. Overview[edit] Relationships among different Native Americans, Africans, and African Americans have been varied and complex. Amérindiens aux États-Unis. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Amérindiens aux États-Unis

Les Amérindiens sont les premiers occupants du continent américain et leurs descendants. En 1492, l’explorateur Christophe Colomb pense avoir atteint les Indes orientales alors qu’il vient de débarquer en Amérique, aux Antilles. À cause de cette erreur, on continue d’utiliser le mot « Indiens » pour parler des populations du Nouveau Monde. Avec les travaux du cartographe Martin Waldseemüller au début du XVIe siècle, on commence à parler de « continent américain », en l’honneur du navigateur italien Amerigo Vespucci ; ses habitants deviennent les « Indiens d’Amérique » pour les distinguer des populations de l’Inde. En absence d’appellation qui fasse consensus, on utilise parfois les expressions de « premières nations » ou « premiers peuples ». Carte des principales concentrations amérindiennes aux États-Unis. Amérindiens à l’époque précolombienne[modifier | modifier le code] Sources[modifier | modifier le code] Peinture sur sable navajo.