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CCERP Podcast Episode 31 Historian Tim Seiter on Local Native American History
CCERP Podcast Episode 31 Historian Tim Seiter on Local Native American History

CCERP Podcast Episode 31 Historian Tim Seiter on Local Native American History

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Show description: “In this episode, Tim discusses:
-his background
-the importance, to a specific profession, of being a generalist
-how he became interested in history
-Native American history
-the Apache and early Europeans
-Native Americans of South Texas and Cypress Creek: the Karankawa, Akokisa, and others”


Bio: “Tim Seiter is a Ph.D. student in the Clements Department of History at Southern Methodist University. He is writing a history of the Karankawa Indians of Texas and is also working on a social history of Texas’s eighteenth-century presidial soldiers. In July 2021, the Southwestern Historical Quarterly is publishing his latest article, ‘The Karankawa-Spanish War from 1778 to 1789: Attempted Genocide and Karankawa Power.’ “

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