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Crafted to meet Common Core critical thinking standards, this series focuses on turning points in American Indian history. Readers will explore the causes leading up to major events, then examine their immediate and lasting effects on people and places.
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The Apache of the American Southwest had long been in conflict with Mexican and U.S. soldiers and settlers by the time Geronimo began resisting these forces.
Lakota chief Red Cloud gathered an army of warriors across three tribes in the Great Plains. In the late 1860s he led his forces to victory in the only ...
American Indians and white Americans had been living near each other for hundreds of years. But in 1830 the U.S. government forced Indians from their homes in ...
A few days after Christmas 1890, U.S. cavalry troops surrounded and fired on a band of Lakota Sioux near Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota. The Indians had ...
Americans remember the Battle of the Little Bighorn as Custer’s Last Stand. But the shocking defeat of U.S. forces in 1876 represents the last stand of the ...
The U.S. government told the Nez Perce in 1877 to move to a reservation far from their home, or else. What started out peacefully ended in a desperate attempt ...
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