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The policy of the US government toward the Indians in the period immediately prior to the Civil War was to A) drive them out of the country and into Canada. B) move the Indian population on to reservations. C) grant citizenship and voting rights to Indians. D) require the education of Indian children in public schools.

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Answer 1
Answer: B.) move the Indian population on to reservations. 
Answer 2
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The answer is B) move the Indian population on to reservations. (I know this is a bit late but I'm just trying to acquire points.)


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