Education for a Conquered Nation

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Such policies showed that the bureau --- and Congress ---nbelieved that the freedmen were incapable of making it onntheir own. This enforced dependence required perpetualnfunding, which meant a continued federal presence.nIn an annual report Alvord showed the degree of controlnthe bureau had over freedmen's lives. In addition to teachingn . . .

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