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what problems did the point elliott treaty tribes face after the signing of the treaty?

people were uprooted from their lands that sustained them spiritually and physically

displaced and lived in shelters

Not enough employment opportunities

2

how many years was it after the signing of the 1855 pointe elliott treaty before the US government clearly marks the boundaries of the four reservations to be shared by the 22 named tribes and bands

18 years

3

what was the size, in square miles of the two smaller reservations established by the point elliott treaty? what was the size of the tulalip reservation, chosen by the government to be the indian agency to provide services for the point elliotte tribes? was the size of the lummi reservation specified in the treaty

2 sq mi; 36 sq mi; NO

4

did all the tribes get assigned to reservation lands of their own in point elliott treaty

what occurred to the duwamish tribe

NO; there wasn't enough room and they got displaced. and ended up without reservation lands

5

what does the report of the Indian agent reveal about how the gold rush and liquor affected coast salish people

they sold their valuables and resources for money

6

what does the indian agent's report suggest about the attitude of indian people toward the white newcomers

their forbearance has been remarkable while they had the power of crushing them, they treated them like brothers

7

what was the reason given by US government representatives for the government's not providing medical care for members of the point elliott treaty tribes in the immediate years following the treaty, as stipulated by the conditions of the treaty

the government did not have sufficient funds to hire enough physicians

8

who was present at the 1858 meeting she describes that was held at Ft kitsap, WA

chief seattle, indian agent Mike simmons, and other Indian leaders

9

characterize the content and tone of chief seattle speech's given that the meeting listed above

discourage, concerned

10

in the section "disease and alcohol," review the author's remarkson smallpox. what do you suppose are her main message

it could have happened by intentional transmission or by biological because NAs were not immuned

11

in the section "disease and alcohol" review the author's remarks on alcohol. what do you suppose are her main message

indians had no control over alcohol and it affected them

12

what percent of their land did the point elliot tribes cede to the US

99%

13

approximately how many square miles did they cede

9000 sq mi

14

how many sq mi remained as indian reservation land

78sq mi

15

why did the US government consider expanding the lummi reservation by extending the northern border by 5mi

because it was to consolidate the point elliot treat tribes

16

did the expansion take place

no

17

the provisions of the point elliott treaty included the education for tribal youth. how many years passed after the 1855 treaty was signed before the lummi day school was opened

25 years

18

how many more years passed before the BIA built a school in 1907

27 years

19

the Indian agent at lummi wrote in his report that 125 lummi children ought to be in school, but the school could accommodate only ____ students

10

20

how long was it before a physician became available to the point elliott tribes, to fulfill the treaty provision that they receive medical services

12 years at the earliest

21

how far away was the physician at the Indian agency from the residents of the lummi reservation

66mi

22

what purposes did this act serve for the US government in its dealings with the Indian nations

make NAs like the europeans americans and owning land was part of that

23

the amount of land alloted to NA people was, at most, ___ of the amount of land distributed to white settlers by means of the Oregon land donation act

25%

24

what rights and responsibilities did a native person have regarding an allotted parcel of land

after 25 years, you can lease or sell the land but you have to pay property taxes

25

what government policy stopped the allotment of Indian land

when

IRA, gave more tribes more power over their own land

1934

26

what fraction of lands was lost to native people during the time the dawes act was in force

2/3s

27

as regards inheritances of allotted land in indian families, what is meant by "fractioned heirship"?

poorly conceived by the government

each heir gets 1/4 share of land