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By Nancy Shoemaker

Even supposing most people isn't generally conscious of this development, American Indian inhabitants has grown phenomenally because 1900, their demographic nadir. not a vanishing race, Indians have rebounded to 1492 inhabitants estimates in 9 a long time. till now, such a lot examine has interested in catastrophic inhabitants decline, yet Nancy Shoemaker stories how and why American Indians have recovered. Her research of the social, cultural, and fiscal implications of the kinfolk and demographic styles fueling the restoration compares 5 varied Indian teams: the Seneca state in ny country, Cherokees in Oklahoma, pink Lake Ojibways in Minnesota, Yakamas in Washington nation, and Navajos within the Southwest. Marshaling individual-level census info, Shoemaker areas American Indians in a extensive social and cultural context and compares their demographic styles to these of Euroamericans and African americans within the United States.

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Federal and state government officials pursued fraudulent means to negotiate a treaty in the 1830s that would have required removal westward. Most Senecas resisted removal; however, several hundred Senecas and Cayugas eventually did settle permanently in Indian Territory. The Senecas remaining in New York, with the advocacy of the Quaker Church, protested the fraudulent removal treaty and won a compromise. They lost some of their landa large reservation lying within the booming city of Buffalobut retained part of three other reservations: Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Tonawanda.

Whites from 1940 to 1980. Life-expectancy figures for blacks, obtained from other sources, are also listed. In the twentieth century Indian mortality levels have declined considerably. In 1940 Indian life expectancy was thirteen years lower than that for whites, but by 1980 it was only three years lower. The gap between white and black life expectancy has also become smaller; however, Indian life expectancy is now higher than that for blacks. On the surface, these mortality statistics look like good news for Indians and, as the Indian Health Service is always quick to point out, good news for the Page 10 Indian Health Service.

Colonial records from 1771 reported 4,000 for the Seneca population as a whole, but the American Revolution caused another population decline, the extent of which is also open to question. S. military strategy of burning Indian crops and destroying villages. S. demands. When the war ended, the Senecas signed treaties with the United States in which they ceded land and agreed to live on several reservations in western New York. S. S. S. S. includes those living on New York State reservations (Allegany, Cattaraugus, Tonawanda, and before 1848 Buffalo Creek), at Neosho Agency in Indian Territory beginning in 1845 (ranging from 125 in 1845 to 215 in 1910), those living on the Cornplanter Grant in Pennsylvania (numbering 51 in 1845 and 87 in 1890), and where available, as in the twentieth-century census figures, those not living on reservations.

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