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Reservation Indians and frontier farmers were important to society during the late 19th century Reservation Indians and frontier farmers are similar and different in various ways However the Indians and farmers were important to animals and raising crops for survival I believe without either of these groups the world would be totally different from the way it is today The late 19th century had two groups of people who tried to survive the best way they could The farmers and Indians both raised animals in order to survive The farmers would raise animals to eat or sell to traders and use their fertilizer for money They would raise the animals and sell them for a good price or they would beef them up and eat them to fill their stomachs The Indians would ride cattle throughout the grasslands and hills for transportation If they saw a good animal to eat they wouldnt hesitate to kill it and cook over a warm fire The Indians and farmers are also similar in the way they celebrate traditions Both groups believe in the lord and are religious people The farmers celebrate the fourth of July for their independence from the British The Indians have celebrations such as dancing around the fire and have many prayer services to thank the lord for everything he has given them They are both respectful to each other and serve a great purpose on the land provided by the lord and they both make the best of the land and animals The Indians and the farmers also are similar in the way they use their women The women for both groups are very important to the children The Indian women usually took care of the sewing and the children The frontier farmer women also did a lot of sewing and took care of the little ones The women also took care of the animals such as milking the cows and in some cases
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