Native American Government: How did it Influence the US Constitution? Mystery!

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Native American Government: How did it Influence the US Constitution? Mystery!

In this highly-engaging activity, students investigate how the Iroquois Confederacy (Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca and Tuscarora) influenced the Founding Fathers and the United States Constitution!

Students examine a variety of primary sources as they come to understand how the United States framework for government is (in part) due to the government established under the "Great Law of Peace" that governed over the Iroquois Confederacy.

Students compile their learning in a brief essay at the conclusion of the activity! A key is included!

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This Native American lesson is included in the much larger Native American bundle, located here:

The Native American Bundle! 5 Lessons for Tribes, Regions, Treatment, & Culture

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3 Days

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Native American Government: How did it Influence the US Co
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Native American Government: How did it Influence the US Co
Native American Government: How did it Influence the US Co
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