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Blankets for the Dead

Summary: Back in 1830's, the Americans were prejudice of the Native Americans because they wanted all of the Indian lands to themselves. They tried everything they possibly could to get the Indians out of their homelands.
Shouldn't everyone be living in a world where people should be accepted for who they are, how they look, and what color skin they are? In today's society, people are living how they want, and where they want because everyone is equal. No one is able to force another race out of their homeland no matter what the problem is. In the 1800's, it was definitely not like this at all. Racism played a huge role and getting another race out of one's homeland wasn't hard at all.

Back in 1830's, the Americans were prejudice of the Native Americans because they wanted all of the Indian lands to themselves. They tried everything they possibly could to get the Indians out of their homelands. All the Indians ever tried to do was mind their own business, and just live a normal happy life that wasn't disrupted. This...

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