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American Indian History (Magill's Choice), 2v by Carole A. Barrett (ed.)

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With the stated goal of winning citizenship for Alaska Natives, twelve men and one woman formed the Alaska Native Brotherhood (ANB) in Sitka in 6 / Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 1912. One member was Tsimshian; the rest were Tlingit. A companion organization, the Alaska Native Sisterhood, is variously reported to have been established in 1915 or 1923. Within a decade there were chapters, called camps, throughout southeastern Alaska. The founders of the Alaska Native Brotherhood were heavily influenced by Presbyterian missionaries, and in addition to promoting native civil rights, the organization urged the abandonment of traditional native languages and customs.

The actual process of allotment was complex and went on for more than forty years. S. government from the Creek, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Seminole in 1866 (the government’s original intent was that the land be settled by other Indians and former slaves). (Library of Congress) 20 / Allotment system permitted to sell their lands with the permission of the secretary of the interior; and in 1906, the Burke Act delayed citizenship until the end of the trust period (also permitting the secretary of the interior to cut short the trust period for Indians deemed competent to manage their own affairs).

One of the most important was the right to direct all Indian treaties for the colonies. The government also would make declarations of war and peace toward 14 / Albany Congress the natives, make all land purchases from the natives in the name of the king, and regulate trade with the natives. Purchased land would reside outside the existing boundaries of established colonies. The government would direct the creation of settlements in the territory, would rule them in the name of the king, and would be responsible for the defense of the frontier.

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