The Five Civilized Tribes. These tribes are Choctaw, Seminole, Creek, Chickasaw and Cherokee.
were central to a family's success
The colony of Pennsylvania was amazing tolerant for the time. It's Indian policy could be described as one of benevolence. Instead of the constant warring with Native Americans as in some of the other colonies, the Pennsylvania colonists learned it was better to try to understand the native people. It paid off, and Pennsylvania had far less hostilities than most of the other colonies.
a very low property tax
States to allow women to vote.
This entirely depends on what policies we are talking about, be they educational policy, military policy, foreign policy, trade policy, etc.As concerns foreign policy, US foreign policy in its first few decades was NEUTRALITY, meaning that the US would stay out of long-term alliances, treaties, engagements, and wars with the major European powers.
The Indian National Congress was not successful in the past years because there was no unit among the Indians and this information was not spread to the whole country.
The United States did not have an official policy on Native American self-determination until after 1970 when Congress passed the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975. Efforts to move in this direction began as early as 1933, when John Collier, Commissioner of Indian Affairs under FDR spearheaded the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.
An alliance between technocrats and politicians is responsible for the early success of the economy and democracy
Theodore Roosevelt wrote "There is no such thing as failure there is only early attempts at success."
when a policy holder dies within the two years of policy it is considered as a early death claim
(For Apex Learning) Assimilation.
Model T of 1904
The Benevolent Assimilation refers to the policy adopted by the United States towards the Philippines in the early 20th century. It involved the annexation of the Philippines as a colony and aimed to bring progress, modernization, and American influence to the islands. However, it was met with resistance and criticism from some Filipinos who desired independence rather than assimilation.
rejecting assimilation and proudly embracing Native American traditions.