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At the turn of the twentieth century, the US was faced with a new and radically mixed population, one that included African Americans, reservation Indians, and a burgeoning immigrant population. Tova Cooper looks at how educators tried to impose unity on this divergent population, and how the new citizens in turn often resisted these efforts, reshaping mainstream U.S. culture and embracing their own view of what it means to be an American.…mehr

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At the turn of the twentieth century, the US was faced with a new and radically mixed population, one that included African Americans, reservation Indians, and a burgeoning immigrant population. Tova Cooper looks at how educators tried to impose unity on this divergent population, and how the new citizens in turn often resisted these efforts, reshaping mainstream U.S. culture and embracing their own view of what it means to be an American.