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Term: relocation

Definition:

federal Indian policy that, under the 1953 Freedom from Federal Supervision Act, encouraged individual Indians to leave their reservations for mainstream lives in urban areas; most only replaced rural poverty with urban poverty. View more information about its effects on Wisconsin Indians elsewhere at wisconsinhistory.org

View pictures related to Indians at Wisconsin Historical Images.

[Source: Loew, Patty. Indian Nations of Wisconsin (Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2001).]
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