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Native American Struggles in the 1920's

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Carmel Roohi

on 15 March 2014

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Transcript of Native American Struggles in the 1920's

Assimilation of Native Americans
For many years, Native Americans have been pushed into the mainstream culture of the society they lived in. In the 1920’s they planned to be FULLY assimilated into mainstream American culture. American’s thought that they knew for a fact that the Native American culture would be extinct forever, but it never happened. Native Americans were not the only one. This process included immigrants. They would be changed completely to become English speaking, Christian farmers. In the 19th century,Americans moved Natives out of the way of economic development by attempting to put them in reservations to restrict them.
American Government Involvement
Native American Struggles in the 1920's
By: Carmel Roohi

In 1920, non Indian entrepreneurs, tried to find possible economic resources on the reservations with the help of the American government's Indian office. American government did not allow NA to have the resources on their reservations
American government thought that Native Americans should not be allowed to develop these resources. The developed resources should be for only non-Indians.


In Montana: on the Fort Belknap Reservation, an Indian agent rented a coal mine to a non Indian
-Non Indians could get coal for free, while Indians, on their reservations had to purchase it with their own money
In Arizona: President Wilso
n ordered the Indian
Bureau of Affairs
quietly to authorize the
allotment of
the Salt Lake River reservation and reclassified the Fort McDowell Reservation as grazing land.
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