Differences Between Blacks And Native Americans In The Late Nineteenth Century

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After the Civil War Racism and servitude were evidently over and America was out and about of uniformity. Both the Southern and Western parts of America did not by any stretch of the imagination see it that route in the late Nineteenth century. The West fought with Native Americans while the South wasstill set in their methods for bigotry towards blacks. The one thing that was the same in the Southand in the West was that all races where not made equivalent. The west needed nothing to do with Native Americans but to take their property and amongst different things. In the South blacks where didn't really slaves yet they were impeded by state laws, for example, the dark codes. Both regions of the Nation had their different fights with race yet,
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