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The Story of the Longest and Largest Forced Migration of Native Americans in American History The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was the culmination of the United States policy to force native populations
Oklahoma Indian Territory Map Postcard
Oklahoma's name is derived from 2 Choctaw words: "Okla" meaning people & "Humma" meaning red, literally meaning Red People. There are currently 35 tibes of Indians living in Oklahoma: the 1970 census shows an Indian population of 97,731, establishing Oklahoma with the largest Indian population of any state in the Union. Descendants of the original 67 tribes inhabiting Indian Territory still live in Oklahoma. The National Y-Indian Guide Center Woolaroc Museum, near Bartlesville, OK.
Artificial Want | Indians, Insanity, and American History Blog
When settlers arrived on Native American shores, they met robust nations with well-developed cultures and survival systems. However, native peoples did not