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Oklahoma History The Indians contridbuted to there problem When the Spanish came to America there was already an indigenous people here When Christopher Columbus first came over on the Nina Pinta and Santa MariaHe thought they were going to find a passage to India so when they saw the people they called them Indians In 1803 the immigrants now known as Americans bought some land from the French called the Louisiana Purchase The Americans then tried to make the Indians move to the territory known as Oklahoma so that the whiteman could go live in the land now known as Georgia Florida and Alabama The Indians should not have put up a fight when the Americans made them move If the Indians would not have resisted they might have gotten more land been treated better they might not have lost as many people and been able to better run their own government If the the Indians would not have resisted the demand that they leave when they were in the Southern part of the United States the American men would not have had to leave their families and their homes to go down there and fight with the Indians But since the Indians wouldnt leave their land and go where they were assigned the Americans were mad and that made the Americans not want to help them by giving them a lot of food The Americans gave them very little food and made a lot of the Indians starve The Americans finally rounded up all the Indians and took them to Oklahoma Even though a lot of the Indians died on the way to Oklahoma quit a few of them still survived The ones that did not die in battle trying to save their land died on the way from diseases or starvation The ones that came on foot had to worry with people that got to
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