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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: The Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704
Submitted by: William Paquette on Oct 02, 2006
Date Last Modified: Oct 02, 2006
Title: The Raid on Deerfield: The Many Stories of 1704
Description: This site provides an analysis of the French Canadian-Indian raid on Deerfield in 1704 from the perspective of five national groups: English, French, Kanienkehaka, Wendat, and Wobanaki.
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Supplemental Activity, Unsupervised
Time Required 3-5 hours
Topics: United States History/Colonial United States History/Native American History of Canada
Course: United States History
Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division, High School
Categories:
Prerequisites Skills: None.
Learning Objectives: To acquaint students with the complexity of the conflict and culture in Colonial America between the French, the British, and American Indian tribal nations.
Technical Notes: Audio needed.
Text of Learning Exercise: The Raid on Deerfield in 1704 reflects the complexity of relationships between the French and the British and the Indian tribal states of the Kanienkehaka, Wendat, and the Wobanaki. The site offers five different perspectives from the five above mentioned groups. History is interpretative with a variety of meanings and stories. Read and listen to the introduction. Read the information about each of the five cultures in conflict with each other in Colonial Massachusetts. Go through each one of the TEN subdivisions of the Story Menu. Then "enter the conflict." Write an 8-10 page paper answering the following questions: 1). Why was the raid on Deerfield conducted?; 2). How did each of the five groups view their history and legacy in regard to Deerfield?; 3). What were the consequences of the Raid?; 4). Was the raid justified and what did it achieve?; 5). What were the consequences for each group?; 6). How would you interpet this episode of Colonial American History?
Additional Information URL: None.
Assessment: An 8-10 page paper.
Assessment URL: None.
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