The Final Removal Of The Native Americans

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The word removal as in the title of my paper would be a fitting word for the incidents that fell upon the Native Americans in the early stages of our country including the period from the last stand of Chief Joseph to the Dawes Act of 1887. Chief Joseph or otherwise known as Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-kekt (Thunder Rolling Down) was the leader of only one of the Nez Perces bands who lived in the Wallowa Valley in the northeastern corner of Oregon...
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The Nez Perces Indians were strong and intelligent people that were know as peaceful tribes that have lived in unionism with the whites since the coming of Lewis and Clark in 1805. Chief Joseph was a humanitarian and did not fit the traditional white view of a hostile Indian who grew up hating the white man...
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