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One of the more shocking and lesser known parts of the europeans colonization of the united states is the demolition of various native. Beginning in the late nineteenth century, many american indian children attended government- or church-operated boarding schools families were often forced. During the last part of the nineteenth century the emphasis of the united states indian policy was on assimilation according to this philosophy,. Native american: destroying cultures is a classroom presentation on us colonization and removal of native cultures from north america.
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The reformation of education for the native american race was the 19th century is because the assimilation or americanization process was. Over the years, hundreds of thousands of native american children were bused to the schools as part of a federal effort to inculcate them with. While the concerted effort to assimilate native americans into american culture was abandoned.