The Dawes Act was an effort to make assimilation the government's official policy. The aim was to "Americanize" the Native Americans , cultivating in them the desire to own property and to farm.
Robber barons were not robbers they were rich bankers and businessmen in the gilded age
The confederate states think that there should no longer be slaves.
Everyone from adventuresome people , to entrepeneurs , scammers , and the desperate. Everyone saw the opportunity differently, but it was an important part of expansion Westward in the US, and it worked well . If not, we'd all still be living in Kansa City, so personally, I am very grateful to those hardy pioneer men and women who eventually made it possible for us to expand to West Coast. Those that lingered in the Plains states are still very important to our food supply to this day . I salute each and every one of them.
White Americans, freed slaves, and immigrants.
Poll taxes and literacy tests
Many African Americans were returned to a state of slavery. Southern states and private businesses use convict-leasing to force prisoners to work and then make profits off of their unpaid or underpaid labor.
Cotton and steel mills
The building of cotton mills decreased the south's dependence on the north.
whatever it took to win
Loyalist College was created in 1967.
All of the Above
The eastern and western sections of the United States are divided by the Mississippi River.
it put them in conflict with president johnson
A new approach to the economy was developing in the south
There was available land. (apex)
The compromise of 1877