5.SS.1.3.2 Identify examples of American Indian individual and collective contributions and influences in the development of the United States.
5.SS.1.3.3 Define the terms treaty, reservation, and sovereignty.
5.SS.1.3.4 Explain that reservations are lands that have been reserved by the tribes for their own use through treaties or executive orders and were not "given" to them. The principle that land should be acquired from the Indians only through their consent with treaties involved three assumptions: That both parties to treaties were sovereign powers. That Indian tribes had some form of transferable title to the land. That acquisition of Indian land was solely a government matter not to be left to individual colonists or to the States.
5.SS.2.1 Analyze the spatial organizations of people, places and environment on the earth's surface.
5.SS.2.1.1 Develop and use different kinds of maps, globes, graphs, charts, databases, and models to display and obtain information.
5.SS.4.1.4 Identify the basic principles of the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, including popular sovereignty, limited government, separation of powers, checks and balances, judicial review, and federalism.