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Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier

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Name: Anti-Indian-Movement-on-the-Tribal-Frontier-1992.pdf
Title: Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier
Author: Dr. Rudolph C. Rÿser
Publisher: Center for World Indigenous Studies
Language: English
Publish Year: 1992
Publish Location: Kenmore, Washington
File uploaded by: Rÿser Rudolph C.

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On the 25th Anniversary of the release of this Paper, CWIS is re-issuing it.

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The large-scale movement of non-indians onto Indian reservations began with the U.S. Allotment Act (1887). The U.S. Government intended to destroy tribal governments and break up Indian reservations under, what was then considered, the Manifest Destiny Doctrine.