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Plains HW 3

Flashcards for Dawes Act

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Causes of Indian Removal Population growth in East Availability of cheap and fertile land Economic opportunities "Manifest Destiny"
Effects of Indian Removal Native Americans forced off lands Americans migrate West --> US spans across the entire country California = Population "Boom"
Dawes Act 1887 Tried to end Native Americans’ [aimless] wandering and turn them into farmers Each Native American male received 160 acres to farm Schools = set up → to make “Native American
Dawes Act Failure Few Native Americans “took” to farming (how come?) Sold land to dishonest whites, below true value Federal agents replaced native leaders Native Americans = forced to give up traditional [Buffalo] hunt methods and had to be responsible for supplies
Created by: Tommy Hunnewell