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As the tragic wars between the United States and the Indian tribes on its frontiers continued, the U.S. government developed one of it most devastating weapons against its Native American opponents -- forcibly removing and relocating them to lands lying west of the Mississippi River. In terms understandable to young readers, this volume tells the sad, moving tale of Indian removal and relocation.
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"Good illustraive material accompanies a clearly written text."
-- School Library Journal (May 2002) (School Library Journal 20020501)
"These two titles from the History of the World series offer basic introductory information suitable for middle-school report writers. Both titles make use of relatively large print, short chapters with section headings, and frequent, crisp, mostly color illustrations. These make acceptable choices for larger collections or where demand for these topics is high."
-- Booklist (April 2002) (Booklist 20020401)
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