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  • figures of the American Indian Wars, such as the brilliant strategist and warrior Red Cloud, the only Native American to ever win a war against the United
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  • America 1675-1678 — First Indian War 1682 — Philadelphia founded 1688-1697 — Second Indian War 1754-1763 — French and Indian War 1775-1783 — American
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  • range of mountains and the Indian Ocean (north to south) and between the Ganga and Indus river valleys (east to west). The Indian Ocean shoreline is divided
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  • India (redirect Indian)
    of Indians live on agriculture and around 36% remain in poverty. Relations with Pakistan have been frosty. The two countries have fought four wars, three
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  • New Mexico (category Southwest (United States of America))
    American Southwest. Formerly a Spanish colony after conquistadors arrived in the 16th century, then a Mexican colony until the Mexican-American War of
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  • However, many Indians were not murdered or killed in wars, so the West to this day is the area of the United States with the largest Native American population
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  • from “Paha Sapa,” and they fought fiercely to protect it during the Indian Wars of the 1800s. One of the most sacred places is Bear Butte in the northern
    21 KB (3,113 words) - 09:42, 6 December 2015
  • United States National Parks (category Topics in United States of America)
    the war. 34.4581-78.109499 Moores Creek National Battlefield, Currie — Commemorates an early battle in the American Revolution in which American soldiers
    119 KB (11,723 words) - 18:44, 20 June 2016
  • Mississippian Culture site in the American Southeast, the Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site is home to six Native America earthen mounds, a plaza, village
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  • Latino or Hispanic, Native American or American Indian, and White or Caucasian are acceptable terms. There are Native American reservations scattered throughout
    280 KB (42,295 words) - 18:25, 24 July 2016
  • Indigenous Peoples of North America, also known as the First Nations or American Indians, are the tribes and nations in North America whose ancestors first
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  • is a mix of Malay, Indian, Peranakan, British, American and Chinese cultures while the Philippines is heavily influenced by American, Spanish, Malay, Chinese
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  • Anglo, Latino, Hispanic, and American Indian traditions making it one of the more diverse and interesting corners of America with regards to history, landscape
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  • Oklahoma has a rich Native American past. In the 1830s Oklahoma was the end of The Trail of Tears and over 16,000 Cherokee Indian people were forced to move
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  • more international affair: Allied forces included British, Indian, other Commonwealth, American and Chinese troops. Keeping the road open was an important
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  • became a manufacturing center, and supported the war effort during the Civil War and the World Wars. Today, Connecticut is one of the richest states in
    21 KB (2,575 words) - 18:51, 3 June 2016
  • Army installation is the last operating fort of those built during the Indian Wars of the mid-1800s and has been declared a National Historic Landmark.
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  • Abraham Lincoln, forming the Confederate States of America. Three border states even fought civil wars of their own; they each had two organizations, one
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  • vegetarian food choices- North Indian and Mexican, to American, Italian and even Lebanese.Nachos, Channa Bhatura, American Corn Cheese Ball, Sizzlers &
    211 KB (24,819 words) - 14:00, 18 July 2016
  • (Dakota Wesleyan University Campus), ☎ +1 605 996-2122. Learn about American Indian and Pioneer Life on the prairies of the Dakotas, visit the Oscar Howe
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