United States Policies toward the Sioux Indian Nation.
The new Americans who settled the "new world" took control of their own destiny and prevented conquest by British, French, Spanish, or other world empires.
Then, at the same time, these same people took the destiny of Native Americans into their own hands also. These Native Americans were cheated out of their lands and sneakily "rubbed out" by force, religion, and money. They were put on reservations to live out the rest of their lives as dependant captives of a government that cheated and lied to them. Forced onto these reservations by treaties, Native Americans had to stand by and wa…
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