The Dawes Act, designed to split apart the tribes; the Indian Boarding Schools, designed to remove Native American children from their parents and

The Dawes Act, designed to split apart the tribes; the Indian Boarding Schools, designed to remove Native American children from their parents and educate them to become “productive Americans,” and conversion to Christianity, designed to strip the remnants of Native American spirituality from the remnant tribes. In a thoughtful, well-researched response, explain the results obtained from this reform program and research “whiteness” theory in order to put this reform movement in proper perspective.  

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