Official government reports, known as "white papers", do several things: inform others of an issue, take a position on that issue, and propose potential solutions to that issue.
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.
"Native American Rights." In Gale Opposing Viewpoints Online Collection. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale, 2021. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints. Accessed January 3, 2022.
Kinbacher, Kurt E. "Native Americans in Contemporary America." The Native Americans, Second Edition. Facts On File, 2017. American Indian History. Accessed January 3, 2022.
AN APOLOGY TO NATIVE AMERICANS (SPECIAL REPORT)
To access, click here to open the database Issues and Controversies. Then copy and paste "apology to Native Americans" in the search box at the top of the database homepage. You will get a result list of 3 items, and the "Apology..." is the first item. Click on it to open the article.
"An Apology to Native Americans (Special Report)." Issues & Controversies, September 1, 2000.