Official government reports often utilized the term "white paper", indicating that the document is authoritative and informative in nature. Bureaucrats utilize white papers when they argue a specific position or propose a solution to a problem, addressing a politician on a specific policy position.
Assignment: Write a "white paper" report (2-3 pages) in which you put forward the results of your research and recommendations to the United States government.
Task: Research your Native American tribe and its region and compose a white paper in which you:
Tribes are listed by their popular Americanized name.
Minimum source requirements:
Using NoodleTools, create your project, set up collaboration with your group members, and cite your sources in Chicago-Turabian style. When you cite a source, NoodleTools automatically generates a footnote to copy and paste into your paper.
"An Apology to Native Americans (Special Report)." Issues & Controversies, Infobase, Sept. 2000.
"Native American Rights." In Gale Opposing Viewpoints Online Collection. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2019. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints.
Kinbacher, Kurt E. "Native Americans in Contemporary America." The Native Americans, Second Edition. Facts On File, 2017. Accessed January 17, 2021.