This e-book examines the treaties that promised self-government, monetary tips, cultural protections, and land to the greater than 565 tribes of North the United States (including Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada).
• Examines greater than twenty fundamental resource files from treaties made among American Indians and the U.S. govt among the past due 18th and nineteenth centuries
• Contextualizes basic resource records with essays on themes comparable to treaty-making, the yankee Indian standpoint, and treaties made among the Civil battle and Reconstruction interval to aid scholars extra absolutely comprehend their significance
• comprises photos of unique, signed treaties negotiated among tribes and the U.S. govt, which deals visible beginners concrete proof during which to connect to the occasions that transpired
• contains key words corresponding to "doctrine of discovery," "guardianship," and "sovereignty," allowing scholars to understand the complexity of federal negotiations
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