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It tells of their force removal from Kansas and how the "Bleeding Kansas" incident spilled over to the Delaware Tribe helping to foster there removal. The Delaware still join with the North and served as Scouts and Home Guards under the Second Indian Home Guard. As the book moves forward, Hauptman explains how the Cherokee of the west were divided among themselves...
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Pro-Confederates led by Stand Watie disagreed with Chief John Ross leadership. Watie and his men believed an advocacy of slavery to igniting a "coup d`etat" and taking control of their tribe. Ross a slave holder like Watie felt that most of his tribe did not have slaves and owned loyalty to the North wanted to join with them...
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