Both primary and secondary sources support or provide evidence for events in a story, whether they are newspaper stories, a presentation to your classmates, or online news interviews. Primary and secondary sources can also be used to support an argument.
This video clip is a continuation of the previous video. In it, you will learn how Menominee Indians signed treaties to cede, or give up, their land in present-day Wisconsin to the U.S. government, including their village located on Doty Island.
While viewing, look for primary and secondary sources. You may want to take notes in the box below as you watch. When you are finished, complete the chart, selecting two sources from the video and describing how they supported the story being told.
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Complete the below chart using information from the video clip.