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Online Sources: Assimilation & Removal of Native Americans
Book Sources: Assimilation & Removal of Native Americans
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Competing Voices from Native America by
Call Number: E77 .C743 2009
A selection of short primary-source accounts from a variety of sources, including newspaper reports, Congressional documents, government documents, and Indian tribal sources, highlighting conflicts and controversies and presenting the opposing views of Native and non-Native Americans.
Exterminate Them by
Call Number: Online - EBSCO
Written Accounts of the Murder, Rape, and Slavery of Native Americans during the California Gold Rush, 1848-1868
Solving "The Indian Problem" by
Call Number: E93.W356 S7
"... uses the New York Times as a source to focus on four different periods of federal Indian policy as explained by reporters on the scene and experts at the time"
Book Cover flap
Speech of Mr. Sprague, of Maine by
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust
delivered in the Senate of the United States, 16th April, 1830, in reply to Messrs. White, McKinley, and Forsyth, upon the subject of the removal of the Indians.
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