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Indig. Environ. Move

The Frontier

The Appeals of the Frontier to Settlers Free enterprise opportunities; Resources are free; Enforcement of government rules are lacking; Missionaries and settlers given superiority;
Why Express Control Over the Frontier Natives prose threat to settlers; Unused land is a waste; Military campaigns are costly; Natives pose security threat if they work with the enemy nations
How to Express Control Over the Frontier: Non Government Legally justify the right to occupy the land (Doctrines of Discovery and Conquest); Cultural assimilation
How to Express Control Over the Frontier: Government Treaties recognizing sovereign nations (With state personal overseeing the tribes and imposing colonial ideologies); Impose direct rule; Impose indirect rule to help keep the peace; Protective legislation viewing natives as children
Created by: LionsandGiants