Washington: Government Printing Office, 1894. Quarto. 683 pages. Perhaps the most important and exhaustive treatment of the American Indian in the 19th Century. While the Dawes Act (1887) was originally designed to either keep the Indian on the reservations (or else be assimilated into what they thought characterized an American).....
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