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the native Americans were forced to move back to their homes

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Native Americans didn’t adopt European dress unless they were forced to.


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The Native Americans were forced to give up more and more of their land.


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What land was Native Americans forced to move to?

Native Americans were moved from their homelands to less desirable areas of the USA.


Who were the first native Americans forced to move into Indian territory?

navajo


What act forced native Americans to move west?

Indian removal act


Who was president when Native Americans were forced to move west to Mississippi?

andrew jackson


The Act That Forced Native Americans To Move West?

Indian Removal Act


How many native Americans were forced to move west?

MANY were and it was very unfair


What did Andrew Jackson do to the Native Americans?

He forced native Americans to move west on foot. he did this so that there was more room for white settlers


Why did the Native Americans move?

becausse Because they were forced to or they would be shot and made an example of to the others to move.


IMPACTS ON THE WESTWARD EXPANSION ON THE NATIVE AMERICANS?

The Indian Removal Act forced the Native Americans to move on to reservations, while their children were taken and forced to abandon their religion, culture, and language.


What group was most hurt by Jackson removal policy?

The Native Americans were hurt by Jackson's removal policy. They were forced to move to what is now Oklahoma.


Why Native Americans were forced to move?

Native Americans were made to move because of various reasons. These include:the Indian Removal Act of 1830gold found in many of their landswhite settlers wanted to move westconflicts between the Native Americans and the white settlers grew.


How did the westward expansion impact on Native Americans' lives?

The Indian Removal Act forced the Native Americans to move on to reservations, while their children were taken and forced to abandon their religion, culture, and language.

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