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Sunday, November 8 • 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Re-Mapping King Philip’s War: Native Geographies in Early Colonial New England

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Andy Anderson and Lisa Brooks, Amherst College

This spring Amherst College offered an experimental tutorial to introduce students to research methods in American Studies and Indigenous Studies, focusing on King Philip’s War in early colonial New England. The students read extensive background material, visited archives, and researched primary sources. A large part of the class was learning to apply GIS to help them discover the importance of spatial relationships in the origin, events, and conclusion of the War. This presentation will summarize the lessons they learned and highlight some of their results. It will also feature maps that center regional Native geographies, which may be especially useful for researchers and educators.

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Andy Anderson

Academic Technology Specialist, Amherst College
Education, history, environment, community engagement
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Lisa Brooks

Amherst College


Sunday November 8, 2015 3:30pm - 4:00pm
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