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encouraging Indians to become farmers. The funds from sales of 160 acres to whites would be used toward their legislation. The goal was to make them civilized. 2. What impact did it have on Native Americans? (Any insights from the film?) Not good, instead of being benefit and giving land to Native Americans it actually took land away. 17.4 million acres were taken away from Native Americans (1/7 of all reservation land). The Burke Act was passed nullifying the Dawes Act which nullified the 25 year provision and gave the secretary of the interior the power to allot lands. Indian lands were no longer protected from white purchasers. It neither lead to self-sufficient farmers or wage earners. By 1933, the Indians had lost nearly 60% of their land. C. By the 1930s, the policies of the Dawes act were halted and replaced by policies referred to as reorganization. 2. What is meant by “reorganization”? Land allotment was abolished and the New Deal allocated federal funds for tribes
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ECON 144 taught by Professor Lisasaunders during the Fall '11 term at UMass (Amherst).

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