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Course Overview

The belief that the ownership of 160 acres of land would ensure a rapid assimilation of native people became a law with the passage of the General Allotment Act of February 8, 1887. Beginning with high hopes and ending in a disaster, the consequences of this law reverberate to this day. We will look at the assumptions that led to its passage, why the implementation of its provision was accelerated in the early 1900s, and what blood had to do with it.

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Section Title
“One Quarter of a Section:” A History of American Indian Policy, the Allotment Phase, 1887-1934 Live Online
Type
Live Online
Days
Th
Time
5:30PM to 7:30PM
Dates
Apr 08, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
2.0
Location
  • Online
Course Fee(s)
Fee non-credit $20.00 Click here to get more information
Potential Discount(s)
Drop Request Deadline
Apr 05, 2021
Transfer Request Deadline
Apr 05, 2021
Withdrawal Request Deadline
Jun 17, 2021
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