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  • A.J. Wright
    fyi..aj wright // ajwright@uab.edu ... From: history1700s.guide@ABOUT.COM [mailto:history1700s.guide@ABOUT.COM] Sent: Friday, December 15, 2000 9:05 AM To:
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      Subject: 1700s Dispatch Native American Discontent


      THE 1700'S DISPATCH
      December 15, 2000

      ------------------ 18th Century Spotlight -----------------

      NATIVE AMERICAN DISCONTENT IN ALABAMA IN THE EARLY 1800S
      Guest author Jabe Fincher explains how the Native Americans of Alabama lost
      their traditional lands in the early 1800s.
      http://history1700s.about.com/library/weekly/aa121500a.htm

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      REFORMERS OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
      The philosophers and writers of the Enlightenment contributed to the
      reformation of the judicial system by advocating the banning of torture and
      making punishments to fit the crime. Two influential writers were Cesare
      Beccaria and John Howard.
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      ---------------- THE LIBERTY TREE BROADSIDES -------------

      NATIVE AMERICAN RESPONSIBILITY
      "The situation(s) that led to a lot of the enmity between the Indians and
      the Europeans were often provoked by the Indians. The Cherokee for example,
      signed treaty after treaty, and broke them all by attacking settlers. " --
      LESTWE
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