Diagram with a rectangle at the top and three ovals stemming from the central rectangle. The text in the rectangle reads methods of carrying out federal Indian policy. The text in the ovals reads as follows forcing Native American children to attend English language boarding schools, question mark, and granting U.S. citizenship to Native Americans.
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Which phrase best completes the diagram?
Which of the following problems of the Reconstruction South is the cartoon meant to highlight?
Which statement explains why this amendment was adopted?
The illustration shows a line of African American men and women at the window of a building. The window is open and a white man sits in the window. An African American woman hands a piece of paper to the white man. Near the woman, a man and a child stand with the man holding a basket.
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What activity does this drawing depict?
Image of a diagram showing a cycle. There is a rectangle at the top of the diagram with text in it. Coming from the top rectangle is a solid line that passes through all the rectangles in the diagram. After the final rectangle, there is an arrow pointing toward the first rectangle to indicate that the events shown in the diagram make up a cycle. The following text appears in each rectangle Rectangle 1 Sharecropper is given land and seed and promises to give landowner half of the crop. Rectangle 2 Sharecropper buys essential items, such as food and clothing, on credit. Rectangle 3 Sharecropper plants and harvests crops. Rectangle 4 Sharecropper gives crop to landowner to sell. Rectangle 5 Sharecropper receives small share of earnings, but uses money to pay off credit debt. Often the sharecropper does not have enough to pay off entire debt. Rectangle 6 question mark.
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Which of the following best completes the diagram
Based on the cartoon, which conclusion can be made about the United States during the late 1800s?