ISS Chapter Three - Indian people have over The Indian...

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11/16/11 1 Indian people have over The Indian population today is about When Columbus arrived in the Americas the Indian population was estimated to
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11/16/11 2 The experience of most minorities in the United States has been a struggle to gain a place in ` :
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11/16/11 3 For Indian people the struggle is to and to preserve the land, the water, and their traditions And their unique
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11/16/11 4 Indian nations are inherently sovereign and have negotiated approximately
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11/16/11 5 Today, Indian people have the highest They also have the highest American Indian families experience. highest among Native Americans
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11/16/11 6 Treaties with the U.S. Government have been repeatedly broken Fought for Even though they are not honored, treaties with the Indian population are Native American tribes are
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11/16/11 7 Historical perspective of the American Indian Colonial period Entered into treaties Violated treaty after treaty Relationships between the Indians and the colonists
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11/16/11 8 After the revolutionary war: Ordinance for the Regulation of Indian Affairs were passed by the new U.S government Promised not to take their lands
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11/16/11 9 Indian Removal Act of Most of the Indian Population Gold rush in the Railroad expansion
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  • Fall '08
  • Zimmerman
  • Native Americans in the United States, Indian people, indian agents, Carlisle Indian Boarding School Training of Indians

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