Philosophies of Booker T.Washington and W.E.B.DuBois
The nineteenth century marked immeasurable changes in the lives of Native Americans. Through disease and increased hostility from migrating farmers, over ninety percent of the American Indian population was decimated. The American government saw little success in luring Native Americans to reservations peaceably. Many tribes reacted with aggression towards the government for the numerous attempts at converting their sacred ways of living. As a result of the growing animosity, the Plains Wars begun in 1864 due to several tribes refusing to give up their land.
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