We begin this portion of the course where we started–with Native voices.By the


We begin this portion of the course where we started–with Native voices.By the 1700s, negotiations between settlers and Native peoples are active, engaged, and often quite bloody, as we learn from reading the Native American writings in our textbook on Negotiations and Resistance.Based on your readings of that section (Norton Volume 1, 9th Edition, pgs. 985-996), can you see evidence of these text being ‘bi-cultural composites,’ of texts based on what the Indian said but rendered in English translation by English translators. Again, be specific, and quote from the readings to evidence your stance.As for all essays in this class, this week’s reply must be 5 complete 5-7 paragraph essays,each withIntroduction3-5 body paragraphs that follow the paragraph plan (main idea/cited evidence (a quote from the literature that you mine as you read..and complete with full MLA citation on where you found it)ConclusionMLA Works CitedIf you use any facts, remember to use only academic sources, so no reliance on study guide sources or Wikipedia.Remember, too, not to use I–no first person.