Native American Civil Rights Movement Analysis

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She was a Native American activist and a writer, who was born at the Yankton Reservation in South Dakota. Some of her books introduced her struggles in dealing with the conflicts between the Native American heritage and the popular white culture. She founded the political organization called the National Council of American Indians.
Elected as the secretary-treasurer of the Society of American Indian, she criticized the assimilation policies and lobby for the Indians’ rights to full American citizenship. She spent much of her time working in the NCAI to preserve the way of life and heritage of the Native Americans. She played an important role in promoting the establishment of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.

Carlisle Indian School
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During the later fighting between the two sides, 37 soldiers were killed, while the Modocs had no casualties. The hope of negotiation of Americans failed when the Modocs killed the American envoys, marking the complete ruin of the Quaker policy.

American Indian Movement 3
It was a native American civil right organization established in 1968 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Its objective was to promoted economic independence, protect legal rights, revitalize traditional culture and restore the land of the Americans Indians that were violated by the whites.
With the steady development, it had served for Indian people in many communities. It formulated the claims of the Indians and had the capabilities to put forth those claims. It gained repeatedly succeed in bringing suit against the federal government for protecting the Indians’ rights that guaranteed in laws and treaties. They also made great contributions in
Revival the Indian culture heritage.

Battle of the Little Big Horn
After discovering gold in the Black hills of the South Dakota, the U.S. troop overlooked the former treaty agreements and intruded this region. The 600 American soldiers, led by George Armstrong Custer, entered the Little Bighorn Valley. The Custer’s troop suffered a disastrous defeat after being attacked by 3,000 Native

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