Ways that white settlers and the federal government sought to confront what they called the “Indian Problem” in the late 19th century

List four ways that white settlers and the federal government sought to confront what they called the “Indian Problem” in the late 19th century and discuss the impact that each had on both the history of the United States and the lives of native peoples. 2. Please list four ways that industrialization and urbanization changed America in the last half of the 1800s. Use specific details and evidence to support your choices. 3. What were the four most important/successful programs or policies of the New Deal and why? Please use specific details and evidence to support your argument. 4. What was the Cold War? In what ways was it different from customary warfare, i.e. “cold” and in what ways did it resemble a traditional war? Clearly describe the nature of the Cold War, two ways it differed from other wars, and one way in which it was similar. 5. What were the four most significant events which led to expanded rights for racial minorities and/or women in the United States?describe each event, with specific details, and explain why they were crucial to the expansion of rights for all people in the United States.

 

 

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