What are the native Americans of Colorado river?
Ten tribes occupy Indian reservations with rights to the Colorado River: the Chemehuevi Indian Tribe; the Cocopah Indian Community; the Colorado River Indian Tribes, the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe; the Jicarilla Apache Tribe, the Navajo Nation, the Northern Ute Tribe, the Quechan Indian Tribe of the Fort Yuma Reservation, the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, and the Ute Mountain Ute Indian Tribe.
Mojave Native Americans are a native people to the Colorado River.
Native Americans like the Navajo, Apache and Ute.
Between Native Americans and other water users in the basin
Native Americans, Hispanic Americans and then Anglo Americans.
Colorado was sparsely populated with Native Americans and Hispanic Americans, with a few European American settlers.
because they needed a break
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because the Native Americans lived in the Ohio River Valley which later on after the American Revolution, we Americans take over that land so therefore, the Native Americans had to move over to the Great Plains.
Mississippi River, Minnesota River, and the Zumbro River
Jackson created the Trail of Tears, which removed all the Native Americans to the west of the Mississippi River
it said many native americans' joinied the french ...
What happened before Colorado became a state was the Native Americans roamed the land.
The state of Oregon is name after the Native American name of the river we currently call the Columbus river. The Native Americans called it the Ouragon river.
the native Americans in the book "a river ran wild" were looking at the river to drink some water.
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They went to Mississippi River Valley to convert Native Americans to Catholicism but did not try to change their customs.
Native Americans called the mighty Mississippi river the father of waters.
Ohio means beautiful river in native American and when the native Americans saw the Ohio river they called the area Ohio.
The native Americans who where using the river for transportation and everyday life like their chief did.
Why did president Jackson support a policy of moving native Americans west of the Mississippi river?
he believed that the government had the power to tell native Americans where they could live
Native Americans chiefs were killed because they attacked Americans
northern ute, southern ute, and mountain ute.
oceans,river and forest
What benefits resulted the relationship of the French and the Native Americans in the Great Lakes and Lawrence River region?
The benefits were that the Native Americans thought they might win their land back if the French won. Because they sided with the French, they thought they would get at least part of the land they were fighting for that was originally the Native Americans'. When the French and Native Americans won, the French did not give the Native Americans any part of the land.
The Comanche Indians were a tribe of native Americans from Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas and Colorado.
According to history, the first settlers were Native Americans and the human history of Colorado extends back more than 13,000 years
Trade on the Mississippi river was controlled by the French and Native Americans. The Mississippi river is 2,350 miles long.
In the Ojibwe dialect it was called 'misi ziibi' (great river) or 'gichi ziibi' (big river).
The Battle of the River Raisin, also referred to as the Battle of Frenchtown, was a battle between the United Kingdom and Native Americans on one side, and the United States on the other. The United Kingdom and Native Americans won the battle.
When Native Americans abandoned their British allies what effect did this have on the Ohio River Valley?
NovaNet Answer: After the war, the Patriot outposts allowed Americans to lay claim to the Ohio River Valley.
The Native Americans showed Marquette the Mississippi River while rowing him in a canoe.
Why did Andrew Jackson support the policy of using force to move Native Americans beyond the Mississippi River?
1830 Jackson supporters and Congress pushed through the Indian Removal Act. It forced many Native Americans to move west of the Mississippi River.
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Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico
they were attacked by the native americans
they were attacted by native Americans
the Indian removal act
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Ohio River valley
Colorado River, which flows through the Grand Canyon drains into the Gulf of California or do you mean one of - Colorado River (Texas) Colorado River (Argentina) Colorado River (Costa Rica) Colorado River (Chile) Colorado River Compact
Various tribes considered it their home including the Sioux, Northern Cheyenne, Arapahoe and the Ute.
force native Americans to move west of the Mississippi river
The fact that the Americans did not know the territory nor the bad weather. The Americans in this area died of starvation of the result.
west of the Mississippi river
Indian Removal Act.
Andrew Jackson was moving the Native Americans east of the Mississippi River.
At the west of Mississippi River.
Ohio River Valley
To move Native Americans to land west of the Mississippi River.