Assimilation of the Indians Resistance was Futile
The world of the Indian was simple and they were more than happy for everything in it to stay the same. The Indians of North America had to acclimate themselves to the new world that was overtaking theirs or perish. Actions taken by the white reformers were necessary albeit a might inappropriate at times for the survival of the Indian. Problems faced by the reformers were varied and accompanied by hostility at almost every turn.
There were several goals set by the reformers in the dismantling of the reservations along with setting up schools for Indian children. The primary goal was t…
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