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In an attempt to co-exist with the Americans, the ________ tribe gave up their concept of common property. a. Cherokee b. Chickasaw c. Creek d. Seminole
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User: In an attempt to co-exist with the Americans, the ________ tribe gave up their concept of common property. a. Cherokee b. Chickasaw c. Creek d. Seminole

Weegy: The Creek, the Chickasaw, the Choctaw, the Cherokee, and the Seminole were collectively known as the Five Civilized Tribes.



User: George Beatty ______________________ a. was typical, since many prospectors did not strike it rich. b. was shunned by ranchers as a waste of time and resources. c. had all the machinery he needed to mine, but not the workers needed. d. dismissed the old gold legends.

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In 1863, Carson was ordered _______________ a. to guide a group of hunters to game in the Rockies. b. to lead a column against the Mexicans. c. to campaign against the Navajo. d. to guide a wagon train across the Santa Fe Trail.
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