The Revenant

Resources to support the study of The Revenant.

Credit: Gates Frontiers Fund Wyoming Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

Introduction

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Try using the following keywords to look for information about Frontier Life.

Mountain Men Fur Trade American Frontier Grizzlies Bear attacks 1800

Trappers Beavers Frontiersmen

Try using the following keywords to look for information about spirituality

arikara spirituality arikara creation story

You will need to read carefully to find authentic information. Note how old the information is, who is supplying it, the sources and the language used.

The making of the film The Revenant

Life in the Wild West

The life of Hugh Glass

Native American Life

Pawnee

Including

HISTORYRELIGIONLANGUAGEGOVERNMENTECONOMYDAILY LIFEARTSCUSTOMSCURRENT TRIBAL ISSUESNOTABLE PEOPLEEntry on Pawnee from the UXL Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes
Violence against Native women.Roe Bubar and Pamela Jumper ThurmanSocial Justice. 31.4 (Winter 2004): p70 +

First Nations Tribal Histories

Pawnee

Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation

Trail of Tears

Issues

Discussion of issues in the investigation of First Nations information.

Native Web site evaluation

Blood Quantum

Membership of Tribal Nations