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The reformers and the American Indian / Robert Winston Mardock.

[Columbia] : University of Missouri Press, 1971.
ISBN 9780826200907, 0826200907

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Subjects Indianerpolitik.
Indians, Treatment of.
Description vii, 245 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-240) and index.
Summary The author examines the role of such reformers as Lydia Maria Child, William Lloyd Garrison, Lucretia Mott, and Wendell Phillips on government Indian policy.
Contents The seeds of reform -- Feed them or fight them -- The Humanitarians turn to Indian-policy reform -- The inauguration of the peace policy -- Humanitarian idealism in action -- Civilization or extermination? -- Politics and peace parleys -- Demand for further reform -- The critical years, 1876-1879 -- The Ponca controversy -- A resurgence of reform zeal -- America's conscience is soothed.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)138824
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