History ETDs

Author

Marie Flekke

Publication Date

1935

Abstract

In the following chapters, I shall outline the purposes and results of the government's Indian Policy in the Black Hills. It is my aim to present the history of the struggles, problems, inconsistencies, and complications in an effort to open the Black Hills to its own citizens. This account represents only one phase of the United States Indian Policy in the nineteenth century. The struggles of the red man against the exploitation of the white man were many and varied in their nature, but the more powerful white man ultimately successful in achieving his aim.

Level of Degree

Masters

Degree Name

History

Department Name

History

First Committee Member (Chair)

N/A

Second Committee Member

Lansing B. Bloom

Third Committee Member

L.S. Tireman

Language

English

Document Type

Thesis

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