The people indigenous to the Western Hemisphere continents constitute the foundation for the subsequent history of America and, locally, the Western Reserve. Following the arrival of people from Europe, Africa and Asia, their encounter with Native Americans greatly altered the latter’s lives and the dynamics between all these populations is an important component of American history. That encounter was milder in the Western Reserve than elsewhere in America, but a relationship has existed though the centuries. More recently, the Cleveland Press documented local Native American people and events and we have put them up in here in EngagedScholarship @ CSU and Cleveland Memory in observance of Native American Month in November.
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