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    There were many acts made for Indigenous people in the long list of ways European’s tried to assimilate Indigenous people. The Constitution Act, 1867 was assigned to Parlament Legislative jurisdiction over “Indians and lands reserved for Indians”. Just like other acts this also promoted assimilation. Other commonly know acts were the Gradual Civilizations Act of 1857 and the Gradual Enfranchisement of 1869 which also aimed towards taking away differences between settlers and Aboriginals through…

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    To My Honorable Congressman, The purpose of reconstruction has not been fully fulfilled leading me to conclude that we cannot end it just yet. I am writing to you today to inform you on my opinion about authorizing the removal of federal troops from reconstructed Southern states. So far Reconstruction has been successful, as it restored the Confederate states back into the Union to make the United States whole again, but there is still work to be done with integrating freedmen into society. I…

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    Research Objective My research objective is to find information on Laura Ingalls Wilder. Laura was born in Pepin, Wisconsin on February 7, 1867 to Charles and Caroline Ingalls. Laura had three siblings. Mary, Caroline and Grace. Research Results Laura married A.J. (Almanzo James) Wilder in 1885. They got married in DA. On December 5, 1886, Rose Wilder was born. Almanzo and Laura lived in Mansfield Ward 1 Wright, Missouri. They resided on Commercial Street. On August 1,…

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    Essay On Alaska

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    congressional delegate. The territory of Alaska lasted from August of 1912 to January of 1959, when it was admitted into the Union as a US state. Purchased from the Russian Empire on March 30th, 1867 for more than 7 million USD, Alaska was a part of the Russian American colonial possessions, which endured from 1733 to 1867. Before Europeans entered the region, several indigenous groups occupied Alaska for thousands of years, including the Haida, Tsimshian people, and the Tlingit people. Located…

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    Western Delaware, was federally recognized on July 5, 1958 in Oklahoma. They however were not always in Oklahoma, they came from southwest New York and most of New Jersey and Delaware. They were then pushed westward down to Kansas and Oklahoma. In 1867, they made a settlement along the Caney River in Oklahoma. They had quite a few struggles that they bumped into but overcame along the way. After settlement and resettlement, they became the Delaware Nation they are today. The Delaware Nation was…

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    During the late 19th and early 20th century Britain, only men had the right to the political citizenship, but unfortunately, not all men were allowed to be part of it. Many men, including soldiers, were excluded from any political involvement as well as voting. That was due to the fact that the concept of citizenship and the requirements to be a citizen changed over time. In the Middle Ages Britain, the term citizen was referred to people who lived in the boroughs (towns and cities). So for many…

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    Sir John A Macdonald

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    analyse the other contenders and examine their viability in the context of certain requirements. The first requirement is that the individual must be a directly involved in and must have significantly influenced the amalgamation of the four colonies in 1867. This requirement is in place because the process of Canadian Confederation is the culmination of numerous events, each of which could claim to be the decisive ingredient to Confederation: the discovery of the Americas, the French and Indian…

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    As part of the requirements for the Labor-Management Process course, a topic has been assigned in class to develop in a research paper. During paper, I will briefly discuss the Pullman Strike of 1894, the most important recorded event of U.S. labor history in the 1900s. This event marked the labor movement in history and from it developing laws in which protected workers. The Pullman Strike was led by Pullman workers and Eugene V. Debs, leader of the American Railway Union, which represented…

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    the Fourteenth Amendment, the recently freed slaves were citizens of the United States, so by introducing the Black Codes, they were contradicting the rights granted to African Americans. That is, until the Reconstruction Act of 1867 came about. The Reconstruction Act of 1867 made it mandatory that all Southern states granted equal protection of the Constitution to former slaves by…

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    Reconstruction was socially successful in its early years but ultimately failed because of southern resistance and the rise of powerful hate groups. The social aspect of Reconstruction began eight month after the end of the Civil War, with the ratification of the 13th Amendment in December 1865. According to document B the 13th amendment officially ended the practice of slavery, stating: “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude... shall exist within the United States.” The 13th amendment…

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