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Who Americanize the Indians in the 1800s?

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What were three new religions that emerged in the early 1800s?

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Who went west in the 1800s?

pioneers and goldminers then the indians had to go even farther west then where thay were.


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How did the US government view American Indians and their culture in mid-1800s?

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How did General William Westmoreland advise President Lyndon B. Johnson to "Americanize" the war in Vietnam?

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When was niagra falls discovered?

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Where did the Cherokee Indians live in the 1800s?

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