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Americanizing the American Indians
Francis Paul Prucha
Bibliography: p. -348.
|Statement||writings by the "Friends of the Indian," 1880-1900.|
|LC Classifications||E93 .P9652|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 358 p.|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||72092132|
During the years following the landing of the Pilgrims, American Indians contributed many foods to the diet of a growing number of Euro-Americans. By the twentieth century, almost half the world's domesticated crops, including the staples -- corn and white potatoes -- were first cultivated by American Indians. Indians of North America - Government relations - ; ; Indians of North America -- Civilization of -- Addresses, essays, lectures. Americanizing the American Indians / writings by the "Friends of the Indian," - Details - Trove.
The Pew Global Attitudes Project, which measures opinions across major countries, regularly finds that Indians admire values and attributes typically thought of as American: free-market capitalism. The Friends of the Indian movement was fueled by rhetoric, religion, and “sympathetic” rich people- the three R’s of relations between the United States and Native American Indians in the latter part of the s. Under the guise of sympathy, the friends of the Indian fought hard for the cultural assimilation and subsequent Americanization of the native peoples.
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Americanizing the American Indian Christian reformers were determined to break down the tribal structure and to destroy the culture and religion of the Indians, thus making them into American citizens indistinguishable from their white neighbors.
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Atkins, “The English Language in Indian Schools,” in Americanizing the American Indians: Writings by the “Friends of the Indian”ed. Francis Paul Prucha (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, ): ‘Americanizing’ American Indians The Indian boarding school system in the early s began under the auspices of the Department of War.
The Indian Wars—the various armed conflicts between U.S. settlers and Native Americans from earliest contacts, mostly land disputes—resulted in a legacy of poverty and disease as Native people were. Carlisle and other boarding schools were part of a long history of U.S.
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