What Is The Harsh Situation Of Native Americans

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To begin with this harsh situation Native Americans lost their land. They went to reservations instead. Before Europeans in the 1500s arrived most Native Americans lived on the great plains in villages along rivers and streams. Then in the 1830s US government had forced southeast Native Americans onto the Great Plains. White settlers had complained that the Great Plains were too dry for farming. Also in 1864 Colorado militia opened a fire on peaceful Cheyenne village along sand creek. 200 men, women, and children were killed which became known as the Sand Creek Massacre. Next in the harsh situation a treaty was created by White settlers. In 1850 some Oregon and California settlers saw a chance for farming and ranching on the Great Plains.In
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