Border regions were areas of great dynamism. Whether it was trade, warfare, or exchange of cultures leading to new norms and protocols or even the development of New Nations, Describe one such region and the various Native and non-Native People involved, making sure to address the following questions:
1 Who were they?
2 Why were they there?
3 What were the consequences of interaction in this border zone for the various peoples?
4 When did this border contact/interaction occur?
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In an evident manner, borders often mark separations such as cultural, economic, social, and political. In addition, borders are sites of convergence where individuals and environments meet and connect. American-indians.net (2000) points out that there are continuities such as communities struggling to sustain themselves that are often...
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