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Disinherited : the lost birthright of the American Indian

Author: Dale Van Every
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, 1966.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Second printing, April 1966View all editions and formats
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In 1830, the government of the United States passed a law which exiled all eastern Indians to the plains of the Far West. These people were deprived of lands they had known and loved for centuries. Indian removal was often characterized by racial arguments and prejudice. The author feels that a strong parallel can be drawn with our current racial problems.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Van Every, Dale, 1896-1976.
Disinherited: the lost birthright of the American Indian.
New York, Morrow, 1966
(OCoLC)562191704
Online version:
Van Every, Dale, 1896-1976.
Disinherited: the lost birthright of the American Indian.
New York, Morrow, 1966
(OCoLC)607777009
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dale Van Every
OCLC Number: 246372
Description: 279 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Responsibility: Dale Van Every.

Abstract:

In 1830, the government of the United States passed a law which exiled all eastern Indians to the plains of the Far West. These people were deprived of lands they had known and loved for centuries. Indian removal was often characterized by racial arguments and prejudice. The author feels that a strong parallel can be drawn with our current racial problems.
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