19th and 20th century US expansionism compared to past expansionism

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American History

 

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Hortencia S

 

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February 4, 2016

 

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The image of the land was pure and unsettled. However, many tribes lived on them. Throughout the years the Indians had been pushed further and further west to get out of settler’s ways. They soon became a problem because they did not know whether they should grant them citizenship or not. In the mid 1800s severe fighting took place between the whites and the Indians...
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In the mid 1800s severe fighting took place between the whites and the Indians. The Dawes Act in 1887, for example, took away much of what they knew and later they were forced to become assimilated into American culture or pushed aside into Indian reservations. During the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, however, expansionism was finished inside America and more focused on foreign lands...
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