Helen Hunt Jackson

A Century of Dishonor

“A Century of Dishonor: A Sketch of the United States Government's Dealings with Some of the Indian Tribes” by Helen Hunt Jackson is a groundbreaking work that exposes the injustices and mistreatment suffered by Native American tribes at the hands of the U.S. government. Jackson's impassioned and well-researched account provides a scathing critique of the policies and actions that led to the displacement and suffering of indigenous peoples. This book serves as a powerful call for reform and social justice, shedding light on the long history of mistreatment and advocating for a more equitable future for Native Americans. “A Century of Dishonor” is a seminal work in the field of Native American history and remains relevant to contemporary discussions of Indigenous rights and sovereignty.
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