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THE DAWES ACT AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN

THE DAWES ACT AND THE AMERICAN INDIAN

In 1887 Congress debates whether American Indians should be given full citizenship along with 160 acres each, and be forced to abandon their tribal ways.

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This Title is part of the Series: CONGRESSIONAL CRISIS SESSIONS

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INT313-WBINT 9781573361477 Simulation $19.95
INT313E-WBINT Downloadable E-book (868 K) $19.95

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