The state that was once set aside for Native Americans is?
Should the question be understood correctly, Oklahoma was designated as primarily Native American territory.
The state that most Native Americans were moved to during the Indian Removal Act was Oklahoma.
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The major tribes located in Alabama were (are) Alabama, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee and Creek.
The term is reservations. These lands originally were set aside to virtually imprison the Indian and to once and for all, break their spirits. The lands the government set asi…de in the beginnings were unwanted, inhospitable places, usually totally foreign to the lands the Indians had known. For instance, Apaches who are mountain, desert Indians were shipped to Florida where it was flat and humid, causing the deaths of hundreds.. Tribes were put together who had long been enemies such as the Crow and Cheyenne. Again, they hoped to have them exterminate each other. The term that is used for pieces of land set aside by the government as a home for an Indian tribe
All powers not specifically established for the federal government are set aside for the states.
Alibamu, Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Koasati and Mobile.
Reserve or reservation.
The Oklahoma Territory was chosen to house the Native Americans asa result of the Indian Intercourse Act of 1834. Congress set asidethis land for the Native Americans.
Reservations. Welcome hun.
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