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What were the five remaining tribes in the Southeast called? A) the ”five savage tribes” B) the ”warriors of the South” C) the ”five civilized tribes” D) the ”Trail of Tears”
The five remaining tribes in the Southeast is called the: "five civilized tribes.
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The five remaining tribes in the Southeast is called the: "five civilized tribes.




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