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It bound the Plains Indians to territories away from the major trails

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Q: What was the purpose of treaty of fort Laramie?
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The cause of the Fort Laramie treaty was from the disagreement of America and the host country. The treaty was made to make agreement.

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Fort laramie treaty of 1868?

The Treaty of Fort Laramie, or the Sioux Treaty of 1868, was an treaty between the Lakota Nation and the US government signed in 1868. It was signed in Fort Laramie, which was in the Wyoming Territory. The agreement was that the Lakota would own the Black Hills, and other land, and also for the hunting rights in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. This treaty has also ended Red Cloud's War. i do not no this answer and aperantly the guy who wrote all of that dont either....

What did the treaty of fort stanwix result in?

There was one thing that come out of Fort Laramie treaty. Them one thing that the treaty did was made countries come to an agreement.

How long did the first treaty of Fort Laramie last?

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What describes the effect of the 1851 treaty of fort Laramie?

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How long does the Indian treaty last with the Lakota?

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