Protecting Land Anticipation Guide
|Instructions Put a check by those statements with which you agree.
- The U.S. government purchased the land now called Alaska in 1867.
- By the terms of the U.S. purchase, Alaska Natives given the full rights of citizenship.
- Alaska Natives were given title to their lands when the U.S. purchased Alaska.
- In the first 100 years under U.S. government control, Alaska Natives viewed themselves primarily as citizens of the U.S. and second as citizens of a tribal organization.
- The Alaska Native Land Claims Act of 1971 was intended to further assimilate Alaska Natives into American mainstream culture.
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