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Q: Federal law that attempted to dissolve tribal landholding and establish Indians as individual farmers?
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The dawes severalty act was supposed to?

The Dawes Act was passed in 1887 and it tried to dissolve Indian tribes by redistributing the land. It was designed to forestall growing Indian poverty, but it resulted in many Indians losing their land to speculators.

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