The Indian Removal Act was the act in which the Indians were forced to move to reservations. The whites thought that the Indians weren’t able to be civilized people. The trail that the Indians walked is called the Trail of Tears, because so many people died on the way to the reservations. The reservations that the indians were forced to were in what is now Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas, Oklahoma, and a part of Texas.
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