Indian Removal: Does History Always Reflect Progress?

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Learning for Justice
Keywords
Race & Ethnicity Diversity
Subjects
English-Language Arts History-Social Science History
Grade Levels
Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
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Indian Removal: Does History Always Reflect Progress?

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History is often seen as the march of progress. In U.S. history, the chronology of events that led from the settlement of to the formation of colonies, from a newborn nation to the current 50 states, is considered the natural sequence of the nation’s progress. The outcomes of historical events are p…

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