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Native American Wars
(approx. 1817-1924)
The United States in its desire to developed the western region faced the issue that the land was already populated and dominated by Native Americans. Through a series of wars the government eventually defeated the nations and forced them on to Indian Reservations. They were disarmed and subjected to  accept American culture. In 1924 the Apache Wars and the Renegade Period completed and the Indian Wars came to an end 302 years after the Jamestown Massacre of 1662.
Number or Troops 106,000 Deaths 1 ,000 Source: VA Indian Deaths Unknown
US History Native Americans World History
American History Native Americans World History
Online Books

Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars, 1865-1890: The wars for the Pacific Northwest

 By Peter Cozzens

Following the Indian Wars: The Story of the Newspaper Correspondents Among ...

By Oliver Knight

Daily Life During the Indian Wars

By Clarissa W. Confer

The American Indian Wars

 By Edward F. Dolan

American Heritage History of the Indian Wars

By Robert M. Utley, Wilcomb E. Washburn

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West

By Dee Alexander Brown
Wikipedia Indian Wars History Channel Civilizations Under Siege
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Legends of America Indian Wars and Battles National Museum....
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