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Much of the land deeded under the Allotment Act of 1887 eventually came into the possession of A) the Bureau of Indian Affairs. B) White landowners. C) tribal government. D) individual Indian families
Weegy: Much of the land deeded under the Allotment Act of 1887 eventually came into the possession of White landowners. User: By the mid-1960s one-fourth to one-third of the people in the Employment Assistance Program A) were fully assimilated into the urban areas where they lived. B) had abandoned their Indian identity and heritage. C) had returned to their home reservation. D) had successfully completed college and were in management-level positions. Weegy: By the mid-1960s one-fourth to one-third of the people in the Employment Assistance Program - A. were fully assimilated into the urban areas where they lived. (More)
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The Bureau of Indian Affairs was organized in 1824 as part of the A) Department of Education. B) Department of Justice. C) Department of War. D) Department of Health and Human Services.
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The Bureau of Indian Affairs was organized in 1824 as part of the Department of War.

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Evidence that Black rioters of the 1960s included middle-class, working-class, and educated members of the community, served to discredit A) the conflict theory. B) the Korean Commission. C) functionalism. D) the riff-raff theory.
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