Compare the situation of Indians and blacks in the United States before the Civil War and after it

After the Civil War, the government began to conduct regular military expeditions against the Indians. The soldiers drove them back into the deserts, burned villages, killed old people, women, children. In response, the Indians revolted, but the forces were uneven. The last battle took place on December 23, 1890, after which the defeated Indians were herded into special territories, called the reservation. Here the government established guardianship over them. A law was passed allowing Indians to become farmers, but this occupation did not take root among them. And they were given lands unsuitable for farming, and leaving for a farm was contrary to tribal ties and traditions.

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