Section 1: The plains Indians 1 Introduction 2 How did the Indians solve the problems of living on the Great Plains? 3 What was the attitude of outsiders towards the Plains Indians Section 2: The settlers 4 The early pioneers - why did they cross the Plains? 5 How did the homesteaders and ranchers settle the Plains? 6 How wild was the West? Section 3: Why did the Indians lose the struggle for the plains? 7 What role did the US army play in the defeat of the Plains Indians 8 How did teh USA destroy the Indian way of life? 9 Conclusion
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