Associate Professor & Department Chair of History, and the James Richard Hamilton/Baker and Hostetler Professor of the Charles J. Ping Institute for Teaching of the Humanities, Ohio University
Friday July 14
11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. ET
This lecture will provide a broad overview of the key events and developments that shaped the contest between citizens of the United States and various Indian confederacies that battled for control of the region between the Ohio River and the Great Lakes, known eventually as Ohio. It will examine the broader geopolitical context, the nature and meaning of Indian resistance and the key turning points that led to eventual US control with steep consequences for Indian peoples of this region.
Optional Reading: Settling Ohio: First Peoples and Beyond, Brian Schoen and Timothy Anderson
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