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Veena writes an essay about Native Americans in the 1800s: Native Americans and U.S. settlers struggled for land during the early 1800s. U.S. citizens slowly pushed Native Americans off their traditional lands. They fought wars, such as the Seminole War, for control of Louisiana. Native Americans lost these struggles and were pushed farther and farther west. Which statement corrects a mistake in Veena's essay? Native Americans usually gave up their lands voluntarily. The Seminole War was fought over control of Florida. Most Native Americans moved south, rather than west. U.S. citizens had little interest in Native American lands.

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Fifthharmony0920

The Seminole War was fought over control of Florida.

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