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40a. The Massacre at Sand Creek
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The struggle would be violent. Despite numerous treaties, the demand for native ...

The struggle would be violent. Despite numerous treaties, the demand for native lands simply grew and grew to the point at which rational compromise collapsed. Local volunteer militias formed in the West to ensure its safe settlement and development. The Native Americans were growing increasingly intolerant of being pushed on to less desirable territory.

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