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How do the architectural forms of Native American structures differ from that of the European settlers of the 16th and 17th centuries?

How do the architectural forms of Native American structures differ from that of the European settlers of the 16th and 17th centuries? Discuss 3 Native structures and  3 buildings that were built during the Colonial era 1500- 1750. Discuss the architectural features of the examples and include images of them. DISCUSS SPECIFIC COLONIAL BUILDINGS - that means a particular historic building somewhere in the New England, Mid-Atlantic, or Southern Colonial areas, or in the historic Southwest Colonial areas, including names of the buildings, dates, locations and all other pertinent information. 
Be sure that your answer is around 400 words in length and includes in-text citations to the factual info that you use from your sources. 


IN-TEXT CITATIONS:

At the end of the sentence where you use information from the lecture pages (which is in your own words), put an in-text citation ("Colonial America") with the name of the correct page. 

For the info you use from the textbook put an in-text citation like this at the end (Roth 112) with the correct pages.

END CITATIONS:   The ending MLA citation for the lecture should look like this (with the name of the page you use): "Colonial America." Survey of Architecture. A really powerful and informative documentary about Native history, included their amazing architecture is "500 Nations", narrated by Kevin Costner.  You should be able to watch this excellent movie through Netflix. Another great informative film is "INTO THE WEST" There is a wonderful film (Netflix) about Native philosophy and buildings: "Aboriginal Architecture: Living Architecture".   THIS ONE FILM WILL GIVE YOU ALL YOU NEED FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT. NATIVE ARCHITECTURE     Excellent short clip! Wigwams and other structures! Acoma Pueblo Native Structures in Colonial Times! Inside a Native Long House
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