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American Indian Voting Rights through History

American Indian Voting Rights through History
1 hour

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In this activity, you will analyze documents related to American Indian history and voting rights from the 1830s to the 1970s and place them in chronological order. Documents were chosen to show the length of the fight for universal suffrage for American Indians and the different types of records that relate that history.

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