To complete the minor in Native American Studies, the student must receive Cs or better in ANTH 205: Introduction to Native American Studies, plus five of the following courses:
|ANTH 305||Peoples and Cultures of Native North America|
|ANTH 312||Contemporary Native Americans|
|ANTH 333||Origins of New World Cities and States|
|ANTH 336||North American Prehistory|
|ANTH 420||Museum Anthropology|
|ANTH 432||Prehistory of Illinois|
|ART 468a||Precolumbian Art|
|ART 468b||Native Arts of North America|
|HIST 423a||Native Americans Before 1492 to 1840|
|HIST 423b||Native Americans 1840 to present|
|HIST 450||Native American Women|
|HIST 451||Native Americans Encounter Lewis and Clark|
|IS 305||Topics in Native American Studies|
|PHIL 337||American Indian Thought|
|POLS 449||Racial and Ethnic Politics in the US|
Courses counted toward the Native American Studies minor may not be counted toward the student’s major and must come from at least two different academic departments.
Sequoyah was Cherokee, creator of the Cherokee alphabet.
Plate 13, Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall, History of the Indian Tribes of North America.
Philadelphia: F.W. Greenough, 1838-1844. (www.neh.gov)