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Indian Independence Movement Under the Leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and the U.S.A. Civil Rights Movement Under the Leadership of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: a Comparison of Two Social Movements to Assess the Utility of Nonviolence as a Rhetorical Strategy

By: Nimocks, Mittie Jo Ann
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Indian independence movement

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... Bihar in Indian independence movement ... ... Bihar in Indian independence movement ... ... Bihar in Indian independence movement ... ... Goa liberation movement ... ... Gujarat in Indian independence movement ... ... Gujarat in Indian independence movement ... ... Gujarat in Indian independence movement ... ... Indian National Army ... ... Indian independence activists ...

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Third Class in Indian Railways

By: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

...Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869 – 1948) was the pre-eminent political and spiritual leader of India during the Indian independence movement. He was the pioneer of satyagraha—resistance to tyranny through mass civil disobedience, a philosophy firmly founded upon ahimsa or total nonviolence—which led India to independence and inspired m...

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Indian independence movement in Tamil Nadu

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... Indian independence activists from Tamil Nadu ... ... Indian independence activists from Tamil Nadu ... ... Pages in category "Indian independence movement in Tamil Nadu" The following 13 pages are in... ... Pages in category "Indian independence movement in Tamil Nadu" The following 13 pages are in this c... ... Pages in category "Indian independence movement in Tamil Nadu" The following 13 pages are in this category, out ... ... 1921 Buckingham and Carnatic Mills Strike 1928 South Indian Railway Strike 1932 Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway... ... Arbuthnot Bank Crash I Indian independence movement in Tamil Nadu ... ...nk Crash I Indian independence movement in Tamil Nadu M ... ... Categories Indian independence movement History of Tamil Nadu ...

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Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Health Service Reorganization : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session on S. 814 October 6, 1995, Anchorage, Ak

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

... BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND INDIAN A S. Hrg. 104-335 BUREAU... ...INDIAN A S. Hrg. 104-335 BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE REORGANIZATION Y4, IN 2/11: S, H... ... INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE REORGANIZATION Y4, IN 2/11: S, HRG. 104-335 Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian... ING -4; BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAI... ...des in restructuring and reorganization already in this State. We think that movement of any of the resources that are in the State out-of-state conso... ...t we would like to ask is that considerations be given that would enable the movement of resources that we have been unable to budge from those headqu... ... of resources that we have been unable to budge from those headquarters, the movement of those to a local area where we know how to use them. We can u... ...tment of Native people and a realization of why It s so important to restore independence to tribes " senator McCain, during passage of the Self Deter...

Indians of North America -- Government relations

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Participation of Mangalorean Catholics in the Indian Independence Movement

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...Participation of Mangalorean Catholics in the Indian Independence Movement recounts the community's role in the Indian In... ...Participation of Mangalorean Catholics in the Indian Independence Movement recounts the community's role in the Indian Independe... ...Participation of Mangalorean Catholics in the Indian Independence Movement recounts the community's role in the Indian Independence Movement.... ...8, one year before the Mahatma, and died in 1947, just a few months before Independence. Though not an active freedom fighter, Jer... ... Though not an active freedom fighter, Jerome supported the freedom movement through articulation in writing, specially in Mangalore Magazine. ... ...lt that this was hardly the time for Gandhiji to persist in the Quit India Movement. For, they reasoned, if the Japanese succeeded in taking over Indi... ...Michael Lobo notes, " Throughout his career, he wished to be identified as Indian and he adopted the surname Sreshta ( from a Sanskrit word meaning gr... ...attempting to anglicize their names." His children were also provided with Indian names in addition to their Christian names. Shortly after returning ... ...RL History of Mangalore Indian independence movement Participati...

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Proceedings of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, Appointed by Law for the Extinguishment of Indian Titles in the State of New York : Published from the Original Manuscript in the Library of the Albany Institute ; With an Introduction and Notes : Volume 2

By: New York (State) Commissioners of Indian Affairs; Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 1822-1885

...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, VOL. II Title: PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF IND... ...ommissioners of^ntJian Affairs. APPOINTED BY LAW FOR THE EXTINGUISHMENT OF INDIAN TITLES IN THE STATE OF I)^EW YORK. PUBLISHED FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUS... ...ONTINUATION OF THE PROCEEDINGS Commissioners for holding Treaties with the Indians within this State, CONTAINING Their Negotiations with the Cayuga Na... ...nformed you that when we sepe- rated from Great Britain and fought out our Independence, we made it a Principle of our Government that no one could in... ...as errand, 12, 67, 70. Lll Debts, Scheme for auditing, 127. Declaration of Independence, 1 1 8. Dedimus potestatem given, 441. Deeds of Cession, 64, 1... ..., Mr., 449, 450. Scribner, Nathaniel, 120. Sealy, Bazeliel, 120. Secession Movement, 126, 128, 436. Secresy to be observed, 12, 13. Secretary of War, ...

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Revolutionary movement for Indian independence

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...dian revolutionaries The category Revolutionary movement for Indian independence lists articles concerning a less-highlight... ...onaries The category Revolutionary movement for Indian independence lists articles concerning a less-highlighted aspect of ... ... The category Revolutionary movement for Indian independence lists articles concerning a less-highlighted aspect of Indian ... ...lists articles concerning a less-highlighted aspect of Indian independence movement - the underground revolutionary factions.The revolutionary groups ... ... Pages in category "Revolutionary movement for Indian independence" The following 106 pages are in this cat... ... Pages in category "Revolutionary movement for Indian independence" The following 106 pages are in this category, out of... ... Pages in category "Revolutionary movement for Indian independence" The following 106 pages are in this category, out of 106 to... ... Bipin Behari Ganguli British counter-intelligence against the Indian revolutionary movement during World War I C ... ... Rash Behari Bose Revolutionary movement for Indian independence S SS Maverick ...

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National American Indian Policy Information Center Act of 1995 : hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session on S. 1159 November 7, 1995, Washington, DC

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

...S. Hrg. 104-376 NATIONAL AMERICAN INDIAN POUCY INFORMATION CENTER ACT OF 1995 Y 4. IN 2/1 1;S, HRG, 104-376 N... ...RMATION CENTER ACT OF 1995 Y 4. IN 2/1 1;S, HRG, 104-376 National Anerican Indian Policg Inf... HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED ... ... HUNDRED FOURTH CONGRESS FIRST SESSION ON S. 1159 TO ESTABLISH AN AMERICAN INDIAN POLICY INFORMATION CENTER NOVEMBER 7, 1995 WASHINGTON, DC APR 2 5 13... ...carried out in accordance with the highest standards 21 of scholarship and independence. 22 (2) Criteria and procedures.—The Center 23 shall adopt cri... ...e, just 1 minute. In the spirit of sharing information, there is a growing movement across the country. Chairman Allen and the National Congress of Am... ...e becoming very well aware of the power of the tribal vote. 42 There is a movement that has been called, "I am a dyed-in-the- wool yellow-dog America...

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Sri Lankan independence movement

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...The Sri Lankan independence movement was a peaceful political movement which aimed at achieving indepe... ...dence movement was a peaceful political movement which aimed at achieving independence and self-rule for Ceylon from the British Empire . It was i... ...ass and ultimately was successful when February 4, 1948 Ceylon was granted independence as the Dominion of Ceylon . Dominion status within the Brit... ... stripped of their lands by the Wastelands Ordinance, a modern enclosure movement and reduced to penury. In 1848 the abortive Matale Rebellion, l... ..., creating a Sinhala-Buddhist consciousness, linked to the temperance movement . This cut across the old barriers of caste, and was the beginning... ...e who faced imprisonment without charges included prominent figures of the independence movement F.R. Senanayake, D. S. Senanayake, Anagarika Dhar... ...r renamed the Jaffna Youth Congress (JYC) was founded. Influenced by the Indian Independence movement, it was secular and committed to Poorana Sw... ...e eradication of inequalities imposed by caste . In 1927, the JYC invited Indian independence movement leader Gandhi to visit Jaffna. The JYC led a... ...ical members like Don Alwin Rajapaksa of Ruhuna and Natesa Iyer of the Indian Tamils. Others who supported them from time to time were George E....

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National American Indian Policy Information Center Act of 1995 : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session on S. 1159 November 7, 1995, Washington, Dc

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

...S. Hrg. 104-376 NATIONAL AMERICAN INDIAN POUCY INFORMATION CENTER ACT OF 1995 Y 4. IN 2/1 1;S, HRG, 104-376 N... ...RMATION CENTER ACT OF 1995 Y 4. IN 2/1 1;S, HRG, 104-376 National Anerican Indian Policg Inf... HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED ... ... HUNDRED FOURTH CONGRESS FIRST SESSION ON S. 1159 TO ESTABLISH AN AMERICAN INDIAN POLICY INFORMATION CENTER NOVEMBER 7, 1995 WASHINGTON, DC APR 2 5 13... ...carried out in accordance with the highest standards 21 of scholarship and independence. 22 (2) Criteria and procedures.—The Center 23 shall adopt cri... ...e, just 1 minute. In the spirit of sharing information, there is a growing movement across the country. Chairman Allen and the National Congress of Am... ...e becoming very well aware of the power of the tribal vote. 42 There is a movement that has been called, "I am a dyed-in-the- wool yellow-dog America...

Indians of North America -- Social conditions, Indians of North America -- Government relations

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Independence

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...John Trumbull's Declaration of Independence in 1776 ... ... U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Hashim Thaçi with Declaration of Independence of Kosovo Independence is... ...f-government, and usually sovereignty, over the territory. The opposite of independence is a dependent territory. Independence does not necessarily me... ...The means can extend from peaceful demonstrations, like in the case of the Indian independence movement, to a violent civil war. S... ... from peaceful demonstrations, like in the case of the Indian independence movement, to a violent civil war. See also ...

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Narrative of my captivity among the Sioux Indians

By: Kelly, Fanny, 1845-1904

...ativeofmycapOOkell Uh ro^^A NARRATIVE MY CAPTIVITY AMONG THE SIOUX INDIANS. ^' FANNY, KELLY. i«<iC - :,/,: WITH A BEIEF ACCOUNT OF GENERAL S... ...IANS. ^' FANNY, KELLY. i«<iC - :,/,: WITH A BEIEF ACCOUNT OF GENERAL SULLY'S INDIAN EXPEDITION I^, 1864, BEARING UPON EVENTS OCCURRING IN MY CAPTIVITY... ...cted by the expeditions under Generals Sully and Sibley in 1863, whereby the Indians were driven from the then western borders of civilization, in Iow... ...nd the Indian must press upon the steps of the white man or lose all hope of independence. Herds of elk proudly stand with erect antlers, as if charme... ...DIANS. 99 tions. There seemed to be great commotion and great anxiety in the movements of the Indians, and presently I could fiear the sound of battle... ...ir agony. Leaping first on one foot, then on the other, accom- panying every movement with wild whoops of excite- ment, they presented a scene never t... ... aware of the contemplated attack, such Avas the celerity of General Sully^s movements, he came within sight of their camp at least twenty-four hours ...

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Indian Independence League

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Annual Report : Vol. 1913-14

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFA... ...PAPER No. 27 A. 1915 dominio:n of oajsada ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 1914 PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLI... ...our to present to Your Royal Highness the Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1014. Respectfully sub... ...aid that is afforded to Indians, and the good results that are effected. The movement of the people from St. Peter's continues, it has not been as rap... ...n in saying that the general tone of the Indians will be raised. A spirit of independence will be engendered among the Indians and I think they will e... ... this colony are paid for by the Indians themselves. This, to my mind, shows independence and advancement. They were told that those who could pay wou...

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East Turkestan independence movement

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...This flag (Kök Bayraq) has become a symbol of the East Turkestan independence movement. ... ...s flag (Kök Bayraq) has become a symbol of the East Turkestan independence movement. ... ...de the flag above. The East Turkestan independence movement (ETIM) is a broad term that refers to advocates of an... ...bove. The East Turkestan independence movement (ETIM) is a broad term that refers to advocates of an independent,... ...na 2.3 Pan-Mongolian movements in Xinjiang 2.3.1 ... ....3.1 East Turkestan independence movements 2.3.2 ... ...elandic Indian I... ...the Thirtieth Meeting of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, June 19-25, 1987. Volume 3 of Asp... ...ltaic civilization / ed. by Denis Sinor Volume 145 of Indiana University Uralic and Altaic series, Indiana University Bloomington...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1911-12

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFA... ...L PAPER No. 27 A. 1913 DOMINION OF CANADA ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FOR THF YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 1912 PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLI... ...el and Saint George; Knigh^ Grand Commander of ihe Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire; Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order; Personal ... ...ll show that pro- gress is being made by the Indians of the Dominion towards independence and self- support. With the exception of Manitoba and Britis... ...d those given an opportunity to work, pride themselves on their progress and independence. Temperance. — Although some will drink liquor, it is a rare... ...emed to regard the coming of farm stock and implements as the beginning of a movement towards settlement, with the result of the gradual extinction of... ...his band properly, and put them on the right road to prosperity and complete independence. Temrerance and Morality. — This band is moral and law-abidi... ...t tiicre has not been much dancing of late years, although there is a strong movement being made by some of the Indians to have them revived, and I fe... ...e. Special attention was given to the subject of hygiene; the deep breathing movements and calisthenic exercises are regularly practised by the boys. ...

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Independence of Brazil

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..."Independence or Death!" Declaration of Brazil's independence by Prince Pedro on 7 September 1822. His Guard of Honor greets... ... Indian Ocean ... ... Indian Ocean ... ... Indian Ocean ... ... The Independence of Brazil comprised a series of political events that occurred... ...which involved disputes between Brazil and Portugal regarding the call for independence presented by the Brazilian Empire. It is celebrated on Septemb... ... In 1820 the Constitutionalist Revolution erupted in Portugal. The movement initiated by the liberal constitutionalists resulted in the meetin... ...adquartered in Brazil were completely sympathetic to the constitutionalist movement in Portugal.[8] The main leader of the Portuguese officers, Genera... ... In 1820 the Constitutionalist Revolution erupted in Portugal. The movement initiated by the liberal constitutionalists resulted in the meetin...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1909-10

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 1910 Title:REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS... ... honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1910. Respectfully sub... ...ch 31, 1910. Respectfully submitted, FRANK OLIVER, Superintendent General of Indian Affairs. Ottawa, August 31, 1910. 27— Ai 1 GEORGE V. SESSIONAL PA... ... but the great factor in protecting the general health of the Indians is the movement from their houses to tents during the summer months. Resources a... ...offers tney are disposed to indulge freely in liquor, and their agricultural movements are not worthy of comment. The agent in charge, Mr. R. S. McKen... ... the lives of surrounding white people have developed a remarkable degree of independence and initiative, and are a self-supporting and useful class o... ...t. The present usefulness of this school is quite restricted, but there is a movement on foot having in view the transfer of some Indian families at p...

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The Indian War of Independence

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... The Indian War of Independence may refer to Indian Rebellion of 1857 The Indian ... ... Indian Rebellion of 1857 The Indian War of Independence (book)- a 1909 nationalist history of the 1857 r... ...nationalist history of the 1857 rebellion. India's First War of Independence (term) - is a term predominantly used in India t... ...First War of Independence (term) - is a term predominantly used in India to describe the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Indian ind... ... used in India to describe the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Indian independence movement Categori... ...a to describe the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Indian independence movement Categories ...

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Sovereign Immunity : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session : Oversight Hearing to Provide for Indian Legal Reform : Part: 1

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

...303, Pt. 1 105-303/pt.i SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSION OVERSIGHT HEARING TO PROVIDE FOR INDIAN LEGAL REFORM MARCH 11, 1998 WASHINGTON, DC PART 1 UNIVERSITY 0» ILL... ...BAN A-CH AMP ROOKS"! • rg. 105-303, Pt. 1 HEAKING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...nor or President with the advice and consent of the Sen- ate. They have no independence. If you need to protect the culture and spirituality, this is ... ...way? The truth is tribal immunity deters growth, prosperity and eco- nomic independence. Non-tribal sources of investment and capital are understandab... ...pe of many state tax officials, but is it a reality? To assess whether the movement in the point of collections does, in fact, guarantee increased rev... ...re had the large positive impact on revenues claimed by proponents, then a movement in the point of collection should result in an immediate, measurab... ...provisions in this context impotent. As a result, the Community's economic independence, which forms the basis of the Community's self-determination, ... ...several years we remained in Canada The buffalo had been killed off by the movement westward by the whites, intensified by the construction of the tra...

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Indian Movement Túpac Katari

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...pac Katari, MITKA) was an Indigenous political party in Bolivia. The Indian Movement Túpac Katari was founded in April 1978 by Luc... ...ari, MITKA) was an Indigenous political party in Bolivia. The Indian Movement Túpac Katari was founded in April 1978 by Luciano Ta... ... April 1978 by Luciano Tapia Quisbert. Proclaiming itself “the political vanguard of the Indian people of Collasuyo” with the policy of returning to c... ...f the altiplano (Andean high plain).[1] The MITKA has its origins in independence movements started under Spanish rule in 1781 (by... ...no (Andean high plain).[1] The MITKA has its origins in independence movements started under Spanish rule in 1781 (by Túpac Katari... ...in 1781 (by Túpac Katari in Bolivia and Túpac Amaru II in Peru) and continued as peasant movements in 1946–1952, leading to land reform, universal suf... ...] The MITKA's ideology centered on the historical opposition between Indians, the continent's original inhabitants, and the Spanis...

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Annual Report

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INDIAN AFFAIRS... ...(5. Ontario Relief Account. 87. Ontario and (Quebec Blanket Account, 88. Oka Indians Removal Account. 8i). L. l'\ ]5on(iier, Ti-avelling- Expenses. !>... ... Ti-avelling- Expenses. !>0. P'.aplc Lake Reserve. ftl. El)l> and Fl(jw Lake Indians. !)2. Restig'ouelie Indians. 93. St. ]VIarv"s, N.Ij., Indians. 94... ...nts above excepted, farming is carried on most successfully, and comfort and independence ai-e manifest in the surroundings of the agricul- turists. T... ...regulations. We would like other Pj'otcstant institutions to join us in this movement as we believe it may be produtcive of great good to the rising g... ...uced, the number of Indians taken in hand, and put upon the road to eventual independence, has largly increased. A fact in connection with the ditti- ... ... in to settle down on their reserves. Moreovci", the sense of pride in their independence which prosperity is engendering among the industrious farmin...

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American Indian Movement

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...Flag of the American Indian Movement The American Indian Movement ... ...American Indian Movement The American Indian Movement (AIM) is a Native American advocacy group in the United Sta... ...68 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. AIM was initially formed to address American Indian sovereignty, treaty issues, spirituality, and leadership, while simu... ...ens and taxpayers, without good education or experience, most 'terminated' Indians were reduced within a few years to widespread illness and utter pov... ...ubstandard housing. Aim's overriding objective is to create "real economic independence for the Indians".[2][3] From its beginnings in Minnesota, AIM ... ...] These corporate forces were directly opposed to AIM's objectives, as the movement came to realize. The original founders of AIM ... ...ing, Jr., who also spoke of human rights issues, reached out to the Indian movement during the planning stage of his Poverty Campaign a few weeks befo... ...appointed leaders of the Oglala Lakota, Cheyenne and other nations declare independence from the United States. The group establishes a provisional go...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1907

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFA... ...SSIONAL PAPfR No. 27 A. 1908 DOMIITION OF CANADA ANNUAL REPORT DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS YKAK ENOEO MARCH 31 1907 PRINTED BY ORDER OFPARLIAMENT OTT... ... honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual Eeport of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1907. Respectfully sub... ...ing good progress. The appoint- ment of the farming instructor was a forward movement, which is being followed by excellent results. THE MONTREAL LAKE... ... band, and supported by the in- fluence of the Ven. Archdeacon McKay, D.D. A movement to this reserve is promised from the bands to which it belongs i... ...of the nation. At one time no feast of any importance was undertaken, and no movement of any kind was set on foot, without the advice and consent of t... ...ble to such advancement, are slow in their approach towards civilization and independence. It is, however, only a matter of time with these people whe... ...d arithmetic show in some degree the results of imitation and no't suiRcient independence of thought. Singing is taught regularly, and practice in rec...

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List of Indian independence activists

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...against or are considered to have campaighned against colonial rule on the Indian sub-continent. The Indian independence movement ... ... colonial rule on the Indian sub-continent. The Indian independence movement consisted of efforts by Indians to obtain political i... ...e on the Indian sub-continent. The Indian independence movement consisted of efforts by Indians to obtain political independence f... ... The Indian independence movement consisted of efforts by Indians to obtain political independence from British, French and Portugues... ...e from British, French and Portuguese rule; it involved a wide spectrum of Indian political organizations, philosophies, and rebellions. ... ... See also Category:Indian independence activists References ... ... ^ Kumar, Radha (1997). The History of Doing: An Illustrated Account of Movements for Women's Rights and Feminism in India 1800-1990. Zubaan. pp.&n... ... pp. 199–.   ^ Kaur, Kanwalpreet. Independence. Sanbun Publishers. pp. 32–.   ... ... Indian independence movement ...

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Annual Report : Vol. 1903-04

By: Canada. Department of Indian Affairs

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 1904 Title: ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN... ...L PAPER No. 27 A. 1905 DOMINION OF CANADA ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 1904 PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIA... ... honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1904. Respectfully subm... ... to a stronger attach- ment to home life, and the development of a spirit of independence. In the Northwest Territories the introduction of saw-mills ... ...gathering together good herds of cattle, so much so that in March last a new movement was begun here, that of making the cattle-owners who had suffici... ...elong properly to the outlying reserves, have recently removed thither. This movement has been directed in the interest of the stock industry since th... ... of Rocher Deboule and Moricetown. All are prepared to me- conditions that a movement of settlers into the valleys and prairies will create. Though th... ... in the west, and are self-supporting and live In a condition of comfort and independence. They are good workers, and, if they had an opportunity of w...

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Annual Governors' Interstate Indian Coucil Conference : Annual Report

By: Governors' Interstate Indian Council

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org NORS' INTERSTATE INDIAN COUCIL CONFERENCE Title: 30TH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE GOVERNORS'... ...OUCIL CONFERENCE Title: 30TH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE GOVERNORS' INTERSTATE INDIAN COUCIL CONFERENCE Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Li... ...IMCIL. INC. May 9, 1980 Mr. A. Bruce Jones Executive Director North Carolina Indian Affairs Commission P. 0. Box 27228 Raleigh, North Carolina 27602 D... ...more about that by HEW in the future if you haven't already. We've also seen movement which the AFDC requires all foster parents to be licensed by sta... ...E AMERICANS OFFICE OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES HHH BUILDING. ROOM 341H 200 INDEPENDENCE AVENUE S.W. WASHINGTON. D.C. 20201 -41 This is a good time ...

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Journal of the Second Annual Conference of the Board of Indian Commisioners : With the Representatives of the Religious Societies Cooperating with the Government, And Reports of Their Work Among the Indians, Washington D. C., January 15, 1873

By: United States. Board of Indian Commissioners

...... ...NDIAN COMMISSIONERS. JOURNAL OF THE SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE BOARD OF INDIAN COMMISSIONERS WITH THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES ... ...IETIES CO OPERATING WITH THE GOVERNMENT, AND REPORTS OF THEIR WORK AMONG THE INDIANS WASHINGTON, D* C., JANUARY 15, 1873* WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTI... ...act that they were a perish ing race was but the very reason why a Christian movement should be made in earnest to try and bring to them the blessings... ...on-tact with the heathen people, our first efforts should be to give to this movement individuality. They are the mere vassals, the bondmen of wanderi... ...afraid they cannot keep. Many of them wish it divided into severalty, but no movement can be made in that way unless the whole tribe can agree; and th... ...ith that. Therefore, whether we take the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, or whether we go back to the higher law, which I think is b...

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Challenges Confronting American Indian Youth : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session : Oversight Hearing on Challenges Confronting American Indian Youth : Part 2

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org INDIAN YOUTH, S. HRG. 104-8, PT. 2 Title: CHALLENGES CONFRONTING AMERI... ...AN YOUTH, S. HRG. 104-8, PT. 2 Title: CHALLENGES CONFRONTING AMERICAN INDIAN YOUTH, S. HRG. 104-8, PT. 2 Author: Language: English Subject: Fic... ...ww.WorldLibrary.net S. HkG. 104-8, Pt. 2 CHALLENGES CONFKONTING AMERICAN INDIAN Yoirm Y4,IN2/ll;S.HRG.104-8/ PT,2 Challenges Confronting Anerican In... ...cal and sexual abuse, have largely, but not entirely, been eliminated. The movement toward therapeutic schools is a new and valuable concept, given th... ...both urban and reservation-based Indian populations. There is considerable movement within the Indian population between reservation and urban areas, ... ... is consistent with the President's commitment to tribal leaders and their independence from state government's. Tribal governments currently have the...

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Sovereign Immunity : Hearing before the Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session : Oversight Hearing to Provide for Indian Legal Reform : Part: 2

By: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993)

... S. Hrg. 105-303, Pr. 2 SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSION OVERSIGHT HEARING TO PROVIDE FOR INDIAN LEGAL REFORM APRIL 7, 1998 SEATTLE, WA PART 2 ~ORY do UNIVERSITY OF... ...RBANA-CHAMPAIGN BOOKSTACKS 105-303, PT. 2 HEARING BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE ONE HUNDRED FIFTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...tate began to recognize the validity of treaties, self-governance, and the independence of tribes. The concept of assimilation changed to one of build... ...he concept of assimilation changed to one of building tribal integrity and independence. As Governor, I remember vividly the first meeting of the Wash... ...lieve S. 1691 is a blunt instrument whose effect would be to ravage tribal independence at a time when finally, after more than a century, Indian trib... ...uinault property owners. I followed this — this — I call it an anti-Indian movement. Port Madi- son, Lummi. The Chairman. Your 5 minutes are up, pleas... ...he Tribal struggle for survival, we have been dealing with the anti-Indian movement for over 30 years. These groups blame the Indians for the depletio... ...ate the common meaning of each term and each definition contains action or movement as a pivotal component. Therefore, the Court is compelled to the c...

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Thrilling Adventures Among the Indians : Comprising the Most Remarkable Personal Narratives of Events in the Early Indian Wars, As Well as of Incidents in the Recent Indian Hostilities in Mexico and Texas

By: Frost, John, 1800-1859; Bradley, J. W., 19th Cent; Crown, L. P

...ST Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AMONG THE INDIANS Title: THRILLING ADVENTURES AMONG THE INDIANS Author: JOHN F... ... Eta SOLDIER, A til irx C:ur.r. (Sot> THRILLING ADVENTURES AMONG THE INDIANS COMPRISING #Jnst lUnmrkalile |temml JJarmtira nf (Etenls in tji* ... ...ra nf (Etenls in tji* iarltj Minn Sto, AS WELL AS OF INCIDENTS IN THE RECENT INDIAN HOSTILITIES IN MEXICO AND TEXAS. BY JOHN FROST, LL.D. AUTHOR OF &q... ...rior. It was for the purpose of discovering their haunts and of checking the movements of their marauding parties, Hays s party of Rangers had been eq... ...lization. He contrasted the wild Indian roaming through the desert in savage independence, now revelling in the blood of his ene my, and in his turn t... ...attle, sheep, and pigs, and was, in a rough way, possessed of a comforta ble independence. His greatest discomforts were, distance from his neighbours... ...a truce while they washed them out for the en counter. Slowly and with equal movements they cleaned their guns, and took their stations on the beach. ... ...ssionaries left Santa Fe, and proceeded by way of the Canadian river to ward Independence. Their mules were laden with about ten thousand dollars in s... ...ho therefore now paid particular attention to 312 THRILLING ADVENTURES. the movements of Stacey. One of the young Indians who had been kept on the wa...

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Thrilling Adventures Among the Indians : Comprising the Most Remarkable Personal Narratives of Events in the Early Indian Wars, As Well as of Incidents in the Recent Indian Hostilities in Mexico and Texas

By: Frost, John, 1800-1859; Bradley, J. W., 19th Cent; Crown, L. P

...ST Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AMONG THE INDIANS Title: THRILLING ADVENTURES AMONG THE INDIANS Author: JOHN F... ...... ...INDIANS: COMPRISING JJrate nf (tote in AS WELL AS OP INCIDENTS IN THE RECENT INDIAN HOSTILITIES IN MEXICO AND TEXAS. BY JOHN JROST, LL.D. AUTHOR OF " ... ...rior. It was for the purpose of discovering their haunts and of checking the movements of their marauding parties, Hays's party of Kangers had been eq... ...lization. He contrasted the wild Indian roaming through the desert in savage independence, now revelling in the blood of his ene- my, and in his turn ... ...ttle, sheep, and pigs, and was, in a rough way, possessed of a comforta- ble independence. His greatest discomforts were, distance from his neighbours... ... truce while they washed them out for the en- counter. Slowly and with equal movements they cleaned their guns, and took their stations on the beach. ... ...sionaries left Santa Fe, and proceeded by way of the Canadian river to- ward Independence. Their mules were laden with about ten thousand dollars in s... ...ho therefore now paid particular attention to 312 THRILLING ADVENTURES. the movements of Stacey. One of the young Indians who had been kept on the wa...

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