Federal Indian Policy
This policy is the way in which the Indian Tribes have been managed by the United States Government. This policy has changed over the many years and includes Indian relocation, allotment and assimilation.
taxes on goods entering the US. These were the major source of federal revenue until World War I, when income taxes began to bring in more revenue
this man was born in Scottland, then imigrated to the US with his parents. In his rags to riches life story, he became a wealthy industrialist and one of the founders of US Steel Company and in his later life became a philanthropist and shared his great wealth by building librarires, music halls and other projects
John D Rockerfeller
often referred to as the richest person in history, this man founded Standard Oil and became a philanthropist who contributed to many worthy projects including but not limited to medicine, scientific research and education.
he was one of the Big Four railroad magnates. He also founded a famous California university as a memorial for his only child who died as a teenager and later became governor of California