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The Native American Experience

Federal education policy toward Native Americans in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century was perceived very differently by the majority community within the United States and by the Native American community.  This section of the broader essay on Native American Education developed by the Clarke Library staff discusses how Native Americans experienced and understood federal education policy in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.


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