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What is the Indian states forming land forntiers name?
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The land given to the united states was called what territory-?
Where is the Del Webb Library At Indian Land in Indian Land located?
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Where was the French and Indian War located and why?
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What is mantle convection have to do with mountains?
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To major political divisions of land in the United states?
What is the phone number of the Del Webb Library At Indian Land in Indian Land?
What present day US state used to be the Indian Territory?
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Why did the US force native Americans to leave the southern states and move to Indian territory?
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Why are crimes on Indian land considered federal?
Native American land is owned by the federal government. Native American land is seen as its own "territory" or "state", and they are not subject to state laws. The State of Kansas has no jurisdiction over Indian land with-in their state. All Native Reservations fall under the direct jurisdiction of the United States.
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What is the Indian removal?
The United States Government's forced relocation of Native people to reservations, in order to claim the land for immigrants. The reasons ranged from simply needing the land for settlers to the presence of gold or other precious minerals. This entire continent was once Indian land - today there is very little still considered as such.
Which state made most of its land into huge indian reservation?
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Which was not a reason why the Cherokees were moved west?
A Double Negative? As an open ended answer, the following are NOT reasons used by the United States Government for moving the Indians from their lands by force: The United States is a fair and equatable nation that can be trusted. The United States believes in honoring the treaties signed with native Americans for possession of the lands. The United States Government believes it is treason to violate article 6 of the US Constitution. The United States honored and respected the Indian. The United States believed that Indians have the same rights as any other man, under law. The United States believed that the Indians were in possession of worthless land. The United States believed that the Indian would prosper on some of the most worthless land on the continent. The United States believed that the Indian would assimilate to European ideals of surfdom, slavery and second class citizens. The United States believed that the Indian would live comfortable lives as rich men from all the money they paid for the land they took.
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What has the author Donald Lee Fixico written?
Donald Lee Fixico has written: 'The invasion of Indian country in the twentieth century' -- subject(s): Indians of North America, Indian reservations, Natural resources, Government relations, Land tenure 'The invasion of Indian country in the twentieth century' -- subject(s): Indian reservations, Natural resources, Indians of North America, Government relations, Land tenure 'Bureau of Indian Affairs' -- subject(s): Race relations, Government relations, Indians of North America, United States, United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs, History
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What land was fought over during the French and Indian War?