How did the Native Americans resist settlement?
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How did the Native Americans resist settlement?
Native Americans were forced to leave their homes and out of their community due to European settlers taking over the land. They did not have many choices because they did not have advancements with weapons. It was between the lives of their people or their land.
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The Trail of Tears — The Indian Removals [ushistory.org]

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Page 1 of the Original Treaty of Greenville - Milestone Historic Documents

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The Treaty of Greenville established a clear boundary between Indian lands and lands open to white settlement. For the first time in its young history the U.S. was able to govern all its territories.
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