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The Indians were promised land when the missions closed down but most of their land was taken away by other people making land grants. They had nowhere to go. They could also not practice there old ways of life.

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What problems native americans faced when the missions closed down?

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the Indians had to become come their servants again or got only a little piece of land.

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the Indians either got a tiny area of farming land our worked for the californios

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because the churches were afraid of lawsuits...

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