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Native Americans Native Americans
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Source: Source: Marger 2009, pp. 28-38
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Indian-White Relations Indian-White Relations Beginning of European settlement to 18 th   century Three major colonial powers vied for economic  resources of the Western Hemisphere Spain: mineral wealth   forced labor France: fur trade   alliance  British: fur trade, land as resource   alliance Start of 19 th  century Confrontation over land resources 2 paths for Indians Assimilation  Removal  Late 19 th  century Remaining Native population   forced to resettle in  reservations west of the Mississippi
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Government Policies on American  Government Policies on American  Indians Indians “Indian Problem” for Euro-Americans  (Cornell 1988) Economic ~ how best to secure Indian  resources, especially land Cultural ~ how best to assimilate Indians into  the dominant, non-Indian culture Political ~ how best to control Indians to bring 
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