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Excerpt from the Dawes Act SEC. 10. That nothing in this act contained shall be so construed to affect the right and power of Congress to grant the right of way through any lands granted to an Indian, or a tribe of Indians, for railroads or other highways, or telegraph lines, for the public use, or condemn such lands to public uses, upon making just compensation. Source: http://www.nebraskastudies.org/0600/stories/0601_0200_01.html What conclusion can be drawn from this excerpt? Native Americans were interested in linking their lands to other regions.

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  1. SWAG
    • 2 years ago
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    Native Americans were interested in linking their lands to other regions. The federal government planned improvements to Native American lands. The federal government maintained some power over Native American land. Native American ownership of the land could not be refuted under any circumstance.

  2. bigsis6
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    4

  3. SWAG
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    how do u know

  4. bigsis6
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    Sorry it's 3 not 4 because The excerpt talks about how the government cannot take back or use lands given to the native American's without compensation. so the gov still has some power

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