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Records of Rights: Rights of Native Americans Exhibition

Records of Rights: Rights of Native Americans Exhibition
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The history of Native American rights is not a progressive march; it’s a story of rights being alternately acknowledged and disregarded. In this struggle, tribes negotiated hundreds of treaties with the Federal Government. Nonetheless, Native Americans lost many rights due to conflicts with Americans and the interests of the Federal Government.

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