• anonymous
The Battle of Wounded Knee * a. recognized Native American tribes as independent nations b. was the last conflict between Native Americans and the Government c. granted each Native American family a 160 acre farmstead d. improved the reservation system
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  • anonymous
  • wwhitlock
I don't like the choices. The US Army massacred Indians camped at Wounded Knee in 1890. It was one of the last major conflicts between US/Indians. There were others later, but not as big. That massacre convinced remaining free Indians to accept confinement to the res. I wouldn't say it improved the system though. Your teacher is probably looking for answer B
  • anonymous
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