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Title: Indians and Bureaucrats - Administering the Reservation Policy During the CIVIL War
Description: URBANA CHICAGO LONDON: University of Illinois Press, 1974. 1st. Hardcover. 15.6X23.6CM. "Seeking to determine why the American Indians were so dreadfully wronged in the nineteenth century, Danziger provides the first broad analysis of the activities of the Office of Indian Affairs during the Civil War period, when an attempt was made to gather all Indians on western reservations and teach them "the white man's way of life." In discussing the insurmountable problems of Indian Office field officials and Washington's response to them, Danziger reveals the overwhelming complexity of the Indian problem as well as the significance of Indian Office bureaucrats on the frontier." Pale beige/yellow/greyish (weird colour) cloth, dark brown title on spine, light spotting to edges of page block otherwise fine; jacket intact without marking, spine is sunned, slight handling imperfections to base edges and top corners.. Near Fine .

Keywords: CIVIL War American History Reservation Policy Government Relations Administration Danziger Congress Federal

Price: GBP 6.70 = appr. US$ 9.57 Seller: Hay on Wye Promotions Ltd
- Book number: MPS3705

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