1066 Wasn’t All That How does the past become history? These interviews explore what different kinds of evidence can tell us about the past.

April 30, 2014  
In our fourth episode, Benazir Kamal interviews Emily Magrath about her research on changes to Native American identity in early twentieth-century Oklahoma. They discuss the varied effects of boarding schools, the English language, and formalised religion, as well as the lasting impact of the attempt to create the State of Sequoyah.

Emily's researcher profile can be found on the RCAS North West website.

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